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My St. Croix Woods

Care of St. Croix River Association 

PO Box 655

230 S. Washington St., Unit 1

St. Croix Falls, WI 54024

Tel: (715) 483-7053

Email: info@mystcroixwoods.org

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Check out some upcoming events and workshops:

Woodlands from the Water

July 13, 2019

10:00am - 4:00pm

Join the St. Croix River Association and fellow woodland owners as we explore the woodlands of the watershed from the water on the wild and scenic Namekagon River, Wisconsin’s moving National Park.

Connect with local forestry professionals to learn more about native forest types, woodland wildlife, area forest health issues, and forest management strategies to help improve your own woods. We will paddle from County K Landing to Whispering Pines Landing in the Danbury area, a 9.9 mile trip on a fairly gentle stretch of river.

 

Costs: $45 for equipment rental and shuttle and $25 for BYO Boat and Shuttle

Meeting location: Whispering Pines Landing

Wasp Watchers Field Training

July 16, 2019

1:00pm - 2:30pm

Concerned about Emerald Ash Borer in your forests? Attend a FREE Wasp Watchers field training!

Wasp Watchers is a citizen science project that engages volunteers in the biosurveillance of Emerald Ash Borer (EAB).  A native, stingless, ground-nestingwasp called the smoky winged beetle bandit (Cerceris fumipennis) hunts for wood boring beetles including EAB.  Citizen scientists can intercept the foraging wasps using an aerial net and the beetle prey can be captured and identified to determine if EAB is present at that site. Volunteer and help with EAB early detection!

 

This free 1.5 hour long field training will provide an opportunity to learn about the EAB biosurveillance process with hands-on opportunities to try it yourself.  Equipment will be provided and participants will learn to identify the Cerceris wasp and nests and learn how to use an aerial insect net to capture the wasp and collect its beetle prey.  Plus, this training fulfills continuing education/advanced training requirements as a Master Gardener or Master Naturalist!

 

Location:  
Willow River Commerical Club ballfields on Park Drive

Willow River, MN

Registration:  The training is free, but pre-registration is necessary.  Register online below or call 612-301-8310. Maps and parking instructions will be provided with registration confirmation by e-mail.

Managing for Resilient Forests in Mixed-use Landscapes

July 17, 2019

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Join us for a free professional workshop focused forest management in the mixed-use landscape of the Snake River Watershed. 


The workshop will include presentations on:

The Recently Developed Snake Landscape Stewardship Plan: What it is and how it applies to private lands, The Nature Conservancy
Agroforestry Practices for the Snake River Landscape, University of Minnesota Extension
Integrating Climate Resiliency into Stewardship Planning, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
Private Forestry Cost Share and Funding Opportunities, Kanabec Soil & Water Conservation District & Minnesota Department of Natural Resources 

 

Continuing Forestry Education credits available. 

 

For questions, please contact Nicole Butler at nicoleb@scramail.com or (715) 483-3300.

 

This workshop is hosted by My St. Croix Woods partners, including the St. Croix River Association and The Nature Conservancy, with funding support from the US Forest Service, State & Private Forestry.

 

Location: 
Kanabec County Courthouse, Basement Conference Room 3&4
18 S Vine St #318
Mora, MN 55051

Managing for Forest Invasives: Technical Service Provider Training

July 23, 2019

9:00am - 3:00pm

Join us for a free Technical Service Provider training hosted jointly by Wisconsin and Minnesota USDA NRCS and the St. Croix River Association. 


This workshop will cover:

  • Identification, impacts and control options for common forest invaders

  • Updates on regional invasive pest and disease threats

  • Resources and tools for invasive species management

  • Invasive species BMPs, regulations and important considerations

  • CAP management plans and EQIP eligibility for forestry practices

 

Continuing Forestry Education Credits available.

 

Location: 

Minong Village Hall

123 5th Ave.

Minong, Wisconsin 54859

For any questions or for offline registration, please contact Nicole Butler at (715) 483-3300 or nicoleb@scramail.com.

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