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Jun

University of California Cooperative Extension To Host Forest Stewardship Workshop

University of California Cooperative Extension is hosting a series of Forest Stewardship Workshops across California to help forest landowners develop forest management plans with the goal of increasing resilience. The next Forest Stewardship Workshop will take place online beginning July 18th to September 12, 2023 with an in-person workshop on Saturday, August 5th. This workshop serves Solano County and the surrounding areas, including Yolo County. Forest stewardship is an approach to forest management based on conservation principles that ensure protection of all forest resources including wildlife, timber, soil, water recreational opportunities and natural beauty. Forest stewards actively manage their land on a long-term basis by following management objectives that are based on multiple resources, are economically viable and conserve natural resources. The overall goal of the workshop is to assist landowners in writing a Forestry Management Plan, a plan that can help landowners receive state or federal cost-share assistance for their land management. For a look into what is covered in this workshop series, visit: https://www.cafamilyforest.org/learn.html. Register here: ucanr.edu/forestryworskhopregistration