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This workshop shows you how to collect online information about your woodland and helps you understand why certain trees grow where they do. It also covers how to identify some of the more common tree species found in your woods and explains ...
This workshop explains how to identify trees that meet your ownership objectives and how to care for them properly once selected. It also descirbes federal and state incentive programs to help offset some of your costs, and demonstrates how to ...
In this workshop, you will learn how to protect streams and other sensitive areas in and around your woodland during a timber harvest. You will also learn how to safely and effectively use herbicides to weed your woodland garden to maintain the ...
News & articles
- Published: Friday, May 4, 2018
HILLSBORO, Mo. – University of Missouri Extension offers a one-night session in Hillsboro on June 13 to help landowners learn how to market timber. Too many landowners sell their timber for only a fraction of its worth, says MU Extension ...
- Published: Friday, March 30, 2018
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Reid Smeda, University of Missouri plant scientist, will speak on the Bradford pear tree and its cousins at a Callery pear educational event hosted by the Missouri Invasive Plant Task Force. Smeda studies invasive species in ...
MDC has resource foresters available to help landowners manage their woodlands. Their availability depends on demand for landowner assistance in your area.
The Climate, Forests and Woodlands eXtension Community of Practice (CoP) consists of Cooperative Extension educators, faculty members, researchers and members of private industry, government agencies and nongovernmental organizations interested in ...
A collaborative effort of state and federal agencies to keep citizens informed of the latest invasive insect and disease threats to Missouri's trees.