COOPERATING FOR WOODS AND WILDLIFE WORKSHOP SERIES

Workshop Update:

Due to persisting concerns relating to COVID-19, the workshop series has been canceled and will be substituted with a three part video series that will be available on this page in September. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please contact us for additional information. 

Empower landowners to improve habitat, manage invasive species, and sustainably manage their woodlands by bringing them together to form group cooperatives. That's the goal of the Woods & Wildlife for Today & Tomorrow Project! Learn more about the Woods and Wildlife for Today and Tomorrow Project Here!

Golden Sands RC&D has worked to bring together 80 landowners in 10 different cooperatives across Central Wisconsin. This workshop series will share information about what these landowners have done and how other landowners across the state can get involved!

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Wildlife don't acknowledge property boundaries. They depend on diverse habitat types across large areas. If you want to provide for abundant, healthy wildlife populations, you need to consider habitat beyond your property. At this workshop, speakers will share information about working collaboratively to enhance wildlife habitat. The topics discussed will appeal to wildlife watchers and hunters alike.

Cooperating for Wildlife Habitat

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Managing invasive plants on your property can help support wildlife and promote healthy forest regeneration. However, invasive plant management can become difficult if species are re-introduced from neighboring properties. Speakers at this workshop will share information about involving your neighbors in invasive plant control to help maintain forest health and support wildlife.

Cooperating for Invasive Species Control

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Properly managed woodlands are healthy woodlands. Landowners in cooperatives have the option to collaborate with their neighbors to conduct shared timber sales and other forest management activities. At this workshop, we'll share information about large-scale private forest management, shared timber sales, and forestry cost-share programs.

Cooperating for Forest Management

Thank you to these partners that provided funding for staff time to organize this workshop series through current projects.

Looking for Workshop Series Sponsors! If you or your organization are interesting in sponsoring lunch or helping to advertise this workshop series, please contact us!

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Contact us:

715-343-6215

info@goldensandsrcd.org

This organization is an equal opportunity provider.

Location: 

1100 Main St Suite 150, Stevens Point, WI 54481