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Posted By Denise Foster, Wednesday, March 27, 2019

 

2019 Summer Meeting
In an effort to improve the Summer Meeting, we are asking for the opinion of the membership to help us plan. Please take this brief 4 question survey to help give us a better idea of what the membership would like to do during the event. Please respond by April 1stTake the survey here 


Forest Markets Weekly Newsletters
The National Association of State Foresters' Forest Markets Committee releases a Weekly Newsletter full of all things Forestry and Forest Products Industry related. Each week’s newsletter has articles about: Forest Markets, Housing, Working Forests, New Products and Technology, and Renewable Energy. This week’s newsletter contains an interesting article explaining how working forests benefit us all. See the complete newsletter.


Passing of Susan Stevens – Tree Farmer and Chainsaw Safety Trainer
Susan Stevens passed away March 21, 2019 and was laid to rest in Columbiana Memorial Park on March 25. Her husband, John Stevens, passed away in 2008. Her importance to the world of forest landowners can best be summed up by this recent quote from consulting forester, Jim Elze.    “It is with a heavy heart that we pass on the sad news of the passing of one of Ohio's greatest Tree Farmers. Susan was a mentor and friend to so many of us. Where would we be without the chainsaw safety training that Susan & John convinced Soren Erikson to bring to us woodland owners? What unselfish, caring, great folks they both were. Susan will be sorely missed by so many of us that she helped and motivated.”


The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Announces New Forestry Education Initiatives
As reported this week in the following Morning Ag Clips Newsletter, “FAO marked the International Day of Forests by announcing two new forestry education initiatives aimed at raising awareness among children and young people on the sustainable use and conservation of forests. The two projects, funded by Germany with over $2 million, will address major challenges in forestry education and will help increase understanding of forests among the general public.” Read the complete article.


Northeast Ohio Forestry Association (NEOFA) Newsletter
The March 2019 edition of the NEOFA newsletter highlights their upcoming meeting on March 21, 2019, which will be a presentation by Ryan Clester, Forester for the Ohio Division of Forestry, on Oak Wilt Disease. It also recaps the presentation by Alan Walter on preserving, acquiring, disassembling, moving, and rebuilding old barns. Also RSVP for their upcoming banquet.


As a Landowner, Why Do I Need A Contract?
When managing your forestland, you may need to hire a forester, logger, TSI contractor, or another service provider to assist you with that management. A contract in these situations is very important as it allows both parties to get their expectations of the service up front before any work begins. The American Forest Foundation has education and resource information concerning landowner contracts. See their guidance on this subject.


2019 Ohio River Valley Woodland & Wildlife Workshop
Ohio State’s College of Food, Agriculture & Environmental Sciences is promoting this workshop being held March 30, 2019 at Clifty Falls State Park in Madison, Indiana. There is a wide array of topics designed to provide you with forestry and wildlife related educational opportunities to help you get the most out of your property. See the TriState brochure for complete details, including speakers, topics, directions, and registration information.


Pennsylvania Forestry Association (PFA) March 2019 e-Newsletter
For those of you on Ohio’s eastern border, you may be interested in some of the information in the PFA March 2019 e-newsletter. This edition talks about several of their upcoming events such as; Slagter Tree Farm of the Year Tour, an On-Line course for Spotted Lanternfly Permits, the Weiser State Forest Earth Day Tree Planting, and others.


University of Florida Jobs in School of Natural Resources and Conservation
As long as the cold, wet weather has been hanging on in Ohio this year, it wouldn’t surprise me if someone were looking for a good job in Florida. Speaking of that, the University of Florida has a few openings in their School of Natural Resources and Conservation. See the flyer for details.


Dovetail Partners March “The Outlook” Newsletter
The March issue of Dovetail Partners “The Outlook” newsletter has a good article on whether or not to replace that aging refrigerator that still works. See the newsletter for this and other interesting articles.  "The Outlook" is the monthly e-newsletter of Dovetail Partners, Inc, a 501c3 non-profit corporation


Upcoming Events:

  • PVLC Meeting – Monday, April 8, 2019 – 7:00 PM – Bainbridge, Ohio
  • SEOLC Meeting – Wednesday, April 10, 2019 – 7:00 PM – Jackson, Ohio
  • MVLC Meeting – Wednesday, April 10, 2019 – 7:00 PM – McConnelsville, Ohio
  • ECOLC Meeting – Monday, April 15, 2019 – 7:00 PM
  • SVLC Meeting – Thursday, April 18, 2019 – 5:30 PM – Bergholz, Ohio

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