The 14th Annual Woods & Wildlife Conference will be held on February 24, 2018 at the Daniel Technology Center, Germanna Community College, Culpeper. On-line and mail-in registration are open.
Pre-registration is due by 14 February. $45/person. $80/couple
- Scientific and social challenges of timber harvesting on private lands
- Early successional habitat: Why and how?
- Invasive species update
- Forest pollinators
- Case study: The Shenandoah National Park Fire
- Selling timber: Panel of practitioners
- Snags: Dead trees are good
- Introduction to wild edibles
- Pine savannahs: Where wildlife and pine production intersect
- Habitat triage and congnitive mapping
- Frogging by ear
- Coyotes in Virginia: Here today and here to stay
View presentations from previous conference.
This conference counts toward continuing education credits for master naturalists.