Oak Resiliency in Southern New England

Oak forests face many threats to their long-term health and ability to grow. How can you address challenges such as climate change, deer herbivory, and gypsy moth, and other forest pests? Attend this Town Hall Meeting.

LANDOWNER TOWN HALL

Tuesday, February 2, 2021, from Noon to 1 pm
Virtual Zoom Meeting

Oak trees are iconic in southern New England, dominating seventy percent of the region's forests. Most of those forests are owned and stewarded by family forest owners, like you. However, these forests face many threats to their long-term health and ability to grow. How can you address challenges such as climate change, deer herbivory, and gypsy moth, and other forest pests?

Join us for a Virtual Landowner Town Hall on Tuesday, February 2nd, to discuss with wildlife and forestry professionals what actions you can take to promote oak in your woods.

Click here to register for this meeting

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Also, join us for a follow-up Q&A session onSaturday, February 6, at 9 am. Participantswill have access to the Virtual Town HallRecording to watch before joining the Q&A.

Register for the Q&A here

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Mission

The mission of the SRICD is to promote and achieve a healthy environment and sustainable use of natural resources for the people of Kent and Washington Counties and the State of Rhode Island, now and for the future, by coordinating partners to provide technical, educational and financial resources.

Contact

Gina T. Fuller
District Manager, Southern Rhode Island Conservation District
401-500-0422
Email sricd.info@gmail.com

PO Box 1636, Kingston, RI 02881
office (401) 500 0422

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