Forest Health Seminar – Morton
November 5, 6-8PM – Bob Lyle Community Center
Insects, disease, drought, wildfire, climate change, invasive species . . . These are all challenges that forests face and they seem to be taking a toll. As you look around the forest in your backyard or on your way to work, you may see several dead or dying trees. But is this anything to worry about?
Forest health is a complex concept and tree death is a natural part of it, which can make it difficult to know when a dead or dying tree is truly a bad thing. This seminar will help you understand when to be concerned, what to look for, and what you may be able to do about it on your own property. You’ll also receive a wealth of information on resources available in your area that can help you learn and do more.
Learn more here!
All Washington State University Extension 4-H Food Resource Leader programs will be canceled for the remainder of 2019.
This includes the classes on:
September 28 10 am Chehalis Senior Center Smoking Meats
October 26 10 am Chehalis Senior Center Fall Comfort Foods
November 23 10 am Chehalis Senior Center Gifts from the Kitchen
Thank you for your patience. WSU Extension plans to hold more classes on food preservation and food safety in 2020. Please contact our office in early January for topics and dates.