Forest Trails: The Balance between Wildlife, Forestry, and Recreation

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Forest Trails: The Balance between Wildlife, Forestry, and Recreation

Forest Trails: The Balance between Wildlife, Forestry, and Recreation

Date: Saturday, September 19, 2020 8:30 am – 12:30 pm

Location:  The Lawrence Barn Community Center, Depot Road, Hollis, NH

Instructors: Brandon Rackliffe, Natural Resources Manager, Beaver Brook Association

Glenn Lloyd, Beaver Brook Trails Committee Chair; Jim Oehler, Wildlife Habitat Biologist, NH Fish and Game; Jon Martin, Forester, Martin Forestry Consulting, LLC; Craig Birch, Forester, Proctor Hill Forestry and Logging and Beaver Brook Volunteer.

Join natural resource managers, foresters, and wildlife managers to learn about considerations given with respect to trail use, construction and/or maintenance with respect to wildlife, forest management operations, and recreation.  This workshop expands upon NH Fish and Game’s newly developed statewide tool for assessing existing trails and for siting new trails in the most wildlife friendly way.  What other issues might you encounter in designing new trails, maintaining existing trails, closing down trails?  Also included is what NOT to do; learning from your mistakes. This workshop includes an indoor component and an outdoor field session where we will visit Beaver Brook Association to view a recently completed timber harvest and recreational trails adjacent to it, and also to observe other trails on the property.

Registration Fee: $30 members     $45 non-members

Register on-line or by phone: www.nhtoa.org  (603) 224-9699   

 

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When
September 19th, 2020 8:30 AM through 12:30 PM
Location
Lawrence Barn Community Center
28 Depot Rd
Hollis, NH 03049
Contact
Phone: 603-224-9699
Event Fee(s)
Member $ 30.00
Non-member $ 45.00

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