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Coverts Project Cooperator Seminar Application Form


Thank you for your interest in the Connecticut Coverts Project. The Connecticut Coverts Project is seeking woodland owners who want to learn about, practice, and help others understand forest and wildlife stewardship. This application is an important step in helping us locate enthusiastic individuals to become Coverts Project Cooperators. If you own or help manage some forestland, and are interested in becoming a Cooperator, please complete this form as soon as possible. There is a $200 fee for this program and will cover three nights of accommodations at Great Mountain Forest, meals, and Coverts Project reference materials. There is a discounted rate of $75 for Master Woodland Manager participants. The 2022 Coverts Project Seminar is held from 6:30 pm on Thursday, September 15 to 3:00 pm on Sunday, September 18. Details are subject to change based on public health restrictions. 

Space is limited so apply today! Applications will be accepted until August 25th. Applicants will be notified of acceptance by September 1 and payment should be submitted at that point. 

Once you have completed this application, please send payment in the form of a check (payable to the Connecticut Forest & Park Association) to:

Connecticut Forest & Park Association
16 Meriden Road
Rockfall, CT 06481

Visa or MasterCard payments may be made by calling (860) 346-TREE. 

Payment information will be held and processed once your application has been accepted.


Coverts Cooperator Seminar Application

Example: 555-555-5555
Please let us know how you learn about this project.


Please include the Organization/Activity, your role there, and whether this is current or former involvement. Include, for example, association offices, community boards or commissions, or other volunteer activities.


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.