NNRG Events

Fireside Chats | Managing Forests For The Birds, Great Peninsula Conservancy’s Forest Conservation Practices | June 19 | 7:30 p.m.

For the June fireside chat, we will be joined by Adrian Wolf, the stewardship manager for the Great Peninsula Conservancy (GPC).  A goal of the GPC stewardship program is to improve the ecological integrity of GPC’s forestlands by increasing forest structure and species diversity. Implementing practices to improve forest health seems appropriate, given the dramatic decline in populations of many North American landbirds.

Adrian will share a project that uses remote acoustic devices to capture bird responses to forest conservation practices, including snag creation through tree girdling and improving structural diversity with patch openings. This collaborative project is supported by Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s Land Trust Bird Conservation Initiative.

On the third Wednesday of every month at 7:30 p.m., we invite you to join NNRG, our partners, and fellow forest stewards to discuss forest management topics, share information and resources relevant to those topics, and connect with others who face some of the same challenges and opportunities as you in stewarding their lands. Get cozy from your home and bring your perspectives and questions for discussion. We look forward to seeing you each month. 

Did you miss a Fireside Chat? You can see past chats on the NNRG YouTube channel.


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