GENESEO — The Genesee Valley Conservancy is planning landowner workshops to teach land management strategies and practices.
The event will feature a total of 9 workshops one the course of an evening, with a break for dinner where sandwiches, pasta salad, fruit, and other refreshments will be served.
The workshops will be scheduled in three time-slots: a 5 – 6 PM slot, a 7 – 8 PM slot, and an 8:15 – 9:15 PM slot.
For the 5 – 6 PM time slot, the Conservancy will offer a choice between 3 sessions titled “AVID: Assessing Vegetation Impacts From Deer Project,” “Invasive Species: Plants, Pests, and Native Lookalikes: The Importance of Keeping Them Out!” and “Growing Mushrooms Outdoors on Logs.”
The 7 – 8 PM time slot will feature 3 more sessions, titled “The Green Lie: Interfering Plants and Strategies to Select an Effective Treatment,” “A Practical Guide to Controlling Invasive Plants: What Works and What Does Not,” and “Going Green with Wind or Solar: What’s the Next Step?”
The final slot, which takes place from 8:15 – 9:15 PM, will feature sessions titled “Working With Foresters: Finding the Right One For You,” “Eco-Logic: Native Plants in the Landscape,” and “Solar Leasing on AG Land.”
The event is scheduled to take place on Apr. 5. Registration costs $25 per person and includes three workshops and dinner.
For more information or to register online, visit the Genesee Valley Conservancy Website.