ESF Experts Offer Seminars at Woodsmens Event
Presentations focus on invasive species
Members of the ESF faculty and staff presented seminars during the New York State Woodsmen's Field Days, held Aug. 21 through 23 in Boonville, N.Y.
Kim Adams of the ESF extension service presented a seminar titled, "Serious Invasive Threats to New York Forest," and, "Hemlock Wooley Adelgid Has Arrived in New York: What Does the Future Hold?" Dr. Ralph Nyland, Distinguished Service Professor in silviculture, presented "Changes of Ecology, Management and Integrity of Northeastern Forest Due to Invasive Impacts."
The New York State Woodsmen's Field Days date back to 1948. The event has become the site of one of the biggest lumberjack competitions in the United States.
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