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University of Minnesota Continuing Education and Conference Center

1890 Buford Avenue

St Paul, MN 55108

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Hosted by: MN DNR, MN Forestry Association - Metro Chapter, MN Forest Industries, National Wild Turkey Federation, and Wildlife Management Institute


Are you interested in maintaining or increasing the abundance of wildlife in your woods?
Come listen to and interact with experts on the topic of forest and wildlife management. Get in touch with resources that can help you manage your property for the habitat many of Minnesota's game species depend on for forage and cover. We will have public, private, and non-profit forestry and wildilfe professionals on hand to provide a primer on managing your forest for wildlife. Attendees will come away with the resources they need to begin sustainably managing their woods for improved habitat.


Information session speakers & schedule
6:00pm Registration and networking

7:00pm Overall benefits of harvesting for wildlife habitat
Speaker: Jodie Provost, Private Land Habitat Specialist,
MN Department of Natural Resources

7:30pm Harvesting's habitat benefits to deer, grouse, and turkey
Speaker: Rick Horton, District Biologist,
National Wild Turkey Federation

8:15pm Getting started managing your woodlands
Speaker: Troy Holcomb,
Cooperative Forest Managment Forester,
MN Department of Natural Resources

8:45pm Networking and exhibits
Exhibitors:
MN DNR Private Forest Managment Foresters
(DNR Foresters covering Aitkin, Chisago, Itasca, Koochiching, Pine, St. Louis, and Metro-area counties will be present)
MN Forest Industries
MN Foresty Association
National Wild Turkey Federation

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University of Minnesota Continuing Education and Conference Center

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