What’s wrong with my Tree? Part 1 - Sponsored by NH TOA

Are you noticing dead or declining trees in your forest woodlot or neighborhood?  Are you seeing tree issues that you can’t identify or have never seen before?  Join Forest Health specialists for an informative evening of discussion on tree health and common tree infections/infestations from disease and insects.  Lectures will include descriptions of common tree health offenders, and what preventative measures might be appropriate for your woodlot.

Presentation topics: Diseases and abiotic factors that impact tree health (10/23), Forest Insects that impact tree health (10/30)

This workshop can be used for 1.0 category 1 CFE credits and 1.0 Professional Loggers Program credits (per class)

Co-Sponsors: UNH Cooperative Extension, Weyerhaeuser Company, Young Forest Initiative

Details:  Part 1 is Oct. 23, Part 2 is Oct 30; 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. (Dinner provided) at the Conservation Center, 54 Portsmouth Street Concord, NH


Dode Gladders – Forest Health Specialist UNH Extension

Kyle Lombard – Forest Health Program Coordinator, NH Division of Forests and Lands

Registration for all Classes: Visit the “All Events” page at the NHTOA website, https://nhtoa.org/news-and-events/events.html , for registration links, or call the NH Timberland Owners Association at 603-224-9699, or email: info@nhtoa.org.

This landowner class series is sponsored by the NH Timberland Owners Association.

Conservation Center

54 Portsmouth Street
ConcordMerrimack County, New Hampshire 03301