Forest Fungi: Secret Underground Relationships and Above Ground Evidence - Madbury,

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Forest Fungi: Secret Underground Relationships and Above Ground Evidence

September  16, 2020             5 to 7 p.m.
Location:     TIbbets Field, Powder Major parking area, 25 Lee Road, Madbury, NH
Instructors:      Mike Simmons, UNH Cooperative Extension, Dr. Isabel Munck, U.S.D.A. Forest Service

Did you know the largest living organism on the planet is a fungus?  Join industry specialists to learn about the ecology of fungi, their underground relationships, and above ground evidence.  The focus is on beneficial mycorrhizal relationships, but pathogens will also be discussed.  We will identify and examine common fungi in the field.

This workshop offers - 
2.0 Professional Loggers Program credits

ISA Assigned Credits for the following categories: 
Certified Arborist: 2.5
BCMA - Science: 1.25
TW Climber Specialist: 2.5
TW Aerial Lift Specialist: 2.5
BCMA - Practice: 1.25

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When
September 16th, 2020 5:00 PM through  7:00 PM
Location
Tibbets Field, Powder Major parking
25 Lee Road (Rt 155)
Madbury, NH
Contact
Phone: 603-224-9699
Event Fee(s)
Member $ 30.00
Non-member $ 45.00

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