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Join Us for NJ Tree Farm Day on June 1st

Date: Friday June 1st, 2018 (Rain or Shine)
Time: 8:30a.m. – 4:00p.m. (Registration & breakfast – 8:30-9:15 AM) – PLEASE TRY TO BE PROMPT
Place: The Stag Lake Tree Farm on Stag Pond Road which is off Amity Road, Andover (Byram Township), NJ 07821

Cost: $30.00 each person (kids under 18 free) – Healthy continental breakfast and lunch included.

Registration Deadline: Friday May 25th, 2018.   If you have any questions please contact Dennis Galway at 908-696-9133

Who: Organized by NJ Tree Farm Program

What (provided by NJ Tree Farm Program): There are lots of habitat types our resource specialists can provide great information about them and to help you understand how everything is interconnected. There have been several storms since 2012 as everyone knows including Hurricane Sandy and the folks at Stag Lake with the help of their foresters have done a lot of work since last we visited. We will be able to see management of multi-aged forests, non-native invasive plant management, management for game and non-game wildlife species, including some threatened and endangered species. We’ll have our usual concurrent sessions to give you choices and opportunity to attend sessions in both the morning and the afternoon. We will have a portable sawmill demonstration, horse logging demonstration, Tree ID walk, and we hope to have a forestry equipment demonstration. There will be members from the New Jersey Forest Service (NJFS) including the State Forester and representatives from the Natural Resource & Conservation Service (NRCS) to help answer any questions about farmland assessment, the new Stewardship Act, and cost-sharing.

Why: Come share with us in celebrating the forests and learning more about them, renewing relationships and making new ones, and congratulating your peers for their outstanding achievements in forest resource management.

You can register directly at http://njtreefarmday2018.eventbrite.com/, or for further  information please contact Dennis Galway, Chair at 908-696-9133 or dgalwaydsl@verizon.net.  We hope to see you there!

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Practicing sustainable forestry  works to:

  • Protect water quality
  • Increase water yield
  • Promote forest health
  • Restore damaged forest ecosystems
  • Promote wildlife through the creation of habitat
  • Yield renewable forest products