2017 Coverts Project Seminar
Are you a woodland owner or property manager who wants to learn more about your woods and the critters that call it home?
Apply for the 2017 Coverts Project, a volunteer training program in forest and wildlife management. Learn how well-planned forest management can improve wildlife habitat and provide other benefits as well. The goals of the project are two-fold:
- to help you understand why and how management can enhance habitat and improve forest health and productivity;
- to inspire and help you to pass your knowledge on to your peers.
Have a wonderful experience as you join a network of like-minded people who are enthusiastic and knowledgeable. Plus you receive the Coverts Project reference materials which allow you to answer questions on forestry and wildlife or direct the inquiry to a professional who can. We ask you to return to your community and share what you have learned with others: to create opportunities for other landowners to get answers to their questions.
To apply for the Coverts Project Seminar, please complete the online Coverts Project Cooperator 2017 Seminar Application Form. If a paper form is necessary, please email Liz Fossett (firstname.lastname@example.org). Space is limited for this unique educational opportunity so apply today! Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the end of August.
The program fee is $150, and includes all three days of instruction, materials, lodging, and meals.
Then please send payments in the form of cash or check (payable to the Connecticut Forest & Park Association) to:
Connecticut Forest & Park Association
16 Meriden Road
Rockfall, CT 06481
Or Visa or MasterCard payments may be made by calling (860) 346-TREE. All payment types may be made in person during CFPA Office Hours (Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.)
Payment information will be held and processed once your application has been accepted.
The program is sponsored by the Connecticut Forest & Park Association, the University of Connecticut Cooperative Extension System, and the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.
Don't manage land but wish to support this valuable program? Consider supporting the seminar with a financial gift to CFPA. Your financial support can offset the cost incurred by participants and help conserve Connecticut's forests. Donate Now. Be sure to list the Coverts Project Seminar in the "dedication option" field.