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Field Day to include tree planting, riparian area management

Kansas landowners often have challenging decisions for managing woodlands, riparian areas and wildlife habitat on their property. The Kansas Forest Service, in conjunction with the Cottonwood River WRAPS (Watershed Restoration and Protection Strategy), will host a field day on June 6 in Florence, Kan., to address several aspects of tree planting and woodland management.

The goal of the field day is to help landowners and professionals manage their tree plantings, woodlands and riparian areas successfully. This field day was re-scheduled from May due to poor weather.

Beginning at 3:30 p.m., attendees will look at walnut plantings within the city of Florence Tree Farm to learn about planting techniques, seed planting, walnut tree pruning and herbicide use. A portable sawmill will be used to mill logs to demonstrate lumber quality changes within logs.

From that site, the group will go to the Doyle Creek Mercantile and Corral in Florence for a meal and presentation on determining lumber values. In addition, information on Thousand Cankers disease of Black Walnut will be discussed.

The field day, which will be held from 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., will begin at the City of Florence Tree Farm on East Fourth street just before the Cottonwood River Bridge on the southeast side of Florence. To get to the site from the city of Florence, take Main Street south to Fourth Street. Go east about three blocks from Main Street just over the levee but before the Cottonwood River Bridge.

Kansans can get additional information or register to attend by calling the K-State Research and Extension Marion County office at 620-382-2325 or emailing Dennis Carlson at dcarlson@ksu.edu or Rickey Roberts at: rroberts@ksu.edu. The registration deadline is June 3. A $5 registration fee will help cover the cost of dinner, refreshments and teaching materials.

The brochure about the field day at http://bit.ly/10uJadl provides program highlights, a map showing the field day location, the “in case of rain” arrangements, and a listing of the sponsors and partners helping the Kansas Forest Service with the event.

Date: 7/15/2013

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