The 2022-2023 Master Woodland Manager program is now accepting applications, due August 5th.
Thank you for your interest in the Connecticut Master Woodland Manager (CT MWM) program. This application is an important step in becoming a woodland owner or manager who has the knowledge and resources to make sound forest management decisions. The program begins annually in August and must be completed within a year. The CT MWM program offers a mix of self-guided online classes and guided learning experiences in the classroom and the forest. A program schedule and completion requirements can be found on the CT MWM website.
HOW TO APPLY: Fill out the form below to apply. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until August 5, 2022.
COST: The fee for this program is $400 with an optional additional fee for Coverts Weekend. Participants will be granted access to the MWM online learning portal, seven online learning modules, three indoor classes, field-based learning experiences, and reference materials. Coverts weekend provides an all-inclusive overnight educational experience for woodland managers and is recommended but not required for MWM participants. Limited scholarship funding may be available for the Master Woodland Manager program.
ACCEPTANCE: Once you have completed this application, you will be contacted by CFPA about your acceptance into the program.
PAYMENT: Once accepted, you will be asked to send payment by check (payable to the Connecticut Forest & Park Association) to:
Connecticut Forest & Park Association
16 Meriden Road
Rockfall, CT 06481
or make a Visa or MasterCard payment by calling (860) 346-TREE.
Before August 18th, 2022: Full refund
August 18th, 2022 and after: 75% refund
Questions? Please contact Elizabeth Merow at email@example.com, 860-398-4527
The Connecticut Master Woodland Manager program is brought to you by these partners: Connecticut Forest & Park Association, CT Department of Energy & Environmental Protection, UConn Cooperative Extension, Yale Quiet Corner Initiative, Audubon Connecticut, Connecticut Agriculture Experiment Station and the Connecticut Land Conservation Council and made possible by the United State Forest Service.