September 24, 2016 • 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Wickiup Hill Learning Center
10260 Morris Hills Rd, Toddville, Iowa Learn how to manage your forest while increasing native pollinator habitat, removing invasive plants, reducing erosion and more. Kick off a day full of exciting workshops with keynote speaker Heather Holm, Minnesota-based author of Pollinators of Native Plants and landscape designer specializing in pollinator landscapes and native landscape restorations.

Workshop subjects will cover:

  • Tree & invasive species identification
  • Invasive species management
  • Woodland erosion management
  • The nuts and bolts of tree felling
  • Controlled fire in woodlands
  • Native plants in the designed landscape

Registration: Register by September 19 at  
Cost is $15 and includes lunch. Some sessions will be outside; please dress accordingly.Partners: US Forest Service, Iowa Department of Natural Resources, the Cities of Cedar Rapids, Iowa City and Coralville and Linn County Conservation
For more information, contact Dustin Hinrichs at 319-373-0650 x124 or  

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