The OSU's Ohio Woodland Stewards Program in the School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR) is offering online Friday's in the Forest during this pandemic.
Next Friday you can join OSU’s Amy Stone and Joe Boggs as we look at some native forest insects and some non-native forest insects. Insects that create ‘tents’, insects that dance, along with insects that create galls and insects that suck sap – something for everyone. The virtual session will be offered on Friday, June 5, from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm.
There is no cost for the session, but you must pre-register. Here is the online link to register: http://go.osu.edu/forestinsects
ISA and SAF credits will be offered at the conclusion of the webinar. This will be recorded and later available on the Woodland Stewards website under the Resources tab.
These virtual opportunities have been ongoing and there is quite a collection of educational resources on the website at: https://woodlandstewards.osu.edu/resources
- Landscaping with Natives
- The Path to Ohio State Maple Syrup
- A Tree's Journey: From Forests to Furniture
- Asian Longhorned Beetle
- Invasive Plant ID: Garlic Mustard
- Be Alert for Spotted Lanternfly
- Great Lakes Early Detection Network App
- Update on Ohio Bats (What You Didn't Learn Watching Batman)
- New Bulletin: Managing Small Patch Forests for Birds
- Who's Croaking? Identifying Ohio's Frogs and Toad Calls, Part 1
- and more
Hope to see and hear you on the live session on Friday, June 5, and we hope that you are enjoying this online resources and find them educational. Please feel free to share with others.