As an example, you might list: releasing apple trees or other wildlife food plans, timber stand improvements, woods road or trail construction, etc.
We try our best to accommodate the Seminar attendees. By knowing any dietary restrictions ahead of time, we can plan menu options that are acceptable. Check all that apply.
The Coverts Project Seminar will require participants to walk a number of miles over a variety of terrains with elevation changes. We try our best to accommodate the Seminar attendees. By knowing any mobility issues ahead of time, we can work with you to determine the best course of action.
Coverts provides credits towards completion of the Connecticut Master Woodland Manager program, provided through a partnership between CFPA, CT DEEP, UConn, Audubon CT, Yale Quiet Corner Initiative, and others.