A Demonstration and Discussion of Techniques Promoted by Irwin Post
The Post Family Wood Lot, Chester, Vermont
Please join us for an interactive workshop and brown bag lunch, exploring long-term Northern Woodlands' contributor Irwin Post's practice of intensively managing young forest stands. Irwin described this approach in his final article for the magazine, "Beyond Hunter-Gatherer Forestry."
This event is made possible through support from the Irwin Post Speakers' Fund, reflecting his legacy of sharing knowledge with others, and his devotion to quality forest management.
Co-hosted by Long View Forest Management and Northern Woodlands.
SAF credits: 4.5
Please note - expect extensive walking on rough terrain. Dress to be comfortable in cold weather outdoors. Activities will include using simple hand tools (provided).
♦ Forest development in Vermont - land use history, stand dynamics, changing markets, and missed opportunities
♦ Beyond Hunter-Gatherer Forestry- The Irwin Approach
♦ Demonstration Stop 1: Spacing and tending in hardwoods
♦ Low Density Pine Management
♦ Demonstration Stop 2: Spacing and tending in white pine
♦ Overstory management in regenerating stands - when is it time to remove the overstory and how might you do it best?
♦ What does our region need in terms of young forest tending?
This event is free with a suggested donation of $25.