Forestry Management Walk and Talk
April 29 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Georges River Land Trust and Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District are co-hosting a Forestry Management Walk and Talk on Thursday, April 29 at 10 am to teach landowners how to assess their own properties to improve their forest stand for wildlife, timber or other goals. This event will be held on a property with a conservation easement held by GRLT.
Led by a wildlife biologist and a forester, this program is free to the public and conservation easement property owners, and will be held outside and honor social distancing practices. Space is limited and prior registration is required. Participants will receive the location and directions after sign-up. To register, please contact Julie Sells at email@example.com or call (207) 596-2040.
About our guides:
Joseph Roy is the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife’s Private Lands Wildlife Biologist and serves in this role statewide. Joe is tasked with helping private landowners interested in wildlife management on their property. He conducts field visits and provides technical assistance and educational materials to landowners. Joe can connect qualifying landowners with partner organizations that provide additional technical and financial assistance.
Allyssa Gregory is Maine Forest Service’s District Forester for the midcoast. She serves portions of Knox, Lincoln, Waldo, and Kennebec counties. Allyssa assists private landowners with forest management recommendations and resource connections. She is available for site visits on properties 10 acres or larger.