Location: UF/IFAS Walton County Extension Office, 732 North 9th Street, DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433
This workshop will cover how to quickly identify cogongrass, the latest information to control it, regional partnerships and available assistance in managing this and other invasive exotic species problems. FDACS pesticide CEUs approved: 1 Stds/Core, 3 Prvt App, 3 Forestry, 3 Ag Row Crop, 3 Ag Tree Crop, 3 Nat Area Weeds, 3 ROW. Society of American Forester CFEs approved: 4 Cat 1.
Sept. 24, 9 a.m.- 2:30 p.m. CT
Presented by the Six Rivers Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area, UF/ IFAS, Florida Forest Service, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service.
Fees: $15 fee includes lunch, materials, CEUs and CFEs. Register at https://fsp-workshop092415.eventbrite.com/ or contact Walton County Extension, 850-892-8172 or email@example.com.
This workshop will cover management strategies that can be used to integrate wildlife and forestry objectives and available assistance programs.
Oct. 15, 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. ET
Landowners, managers and others interested in integrating wildlife and forest management objectives. Presented by Florida’s Forest Stewardship Program and Apalachicola Regional Stewardship Alliance. Partners include USDA's Natural Resource Conservation Service, Florida Forest Service, University of Florida / IFAS, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Tall Timbers Research Station and Conservancy, West Florida Water Management District, The Nature Conservancy, and others. Supported by a grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.
Fees: $5 fee includes lunch and materials. Register online at
http://fsp-workshop101515.eventbrite.com/ or call Jefferson County Extension at (850) 342-0187.
Location: County Road 1469, 2.75 miles from intersection with US 301
This tour will cover longleaf pine regeneration and management, groundcover restoration, wildlife habitat management, how to combat invasive exotic species, Silviculture Best Management Practices, available assistance and more.
Oct. 22, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. ET
Who: Landowners, managers and others interested in integrating wildlife and forest management objectives. Presented by University of Florida / IFAS Forest Stewardship Program, Bill Black, Florida Forest Service, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, USDA’s Natural Resource Conservation Service.
Fees: $10 fee includes lunch and materials. Register online at
https://fsp-tour102215.eventbrite.com/ or call Chris Demers, 352-846-2375.