You care about your woods. You want to look after your land and keep it healthy. But you want advice on how to do that. Maybe you want to harvest trees, but you want to make sure you don’t harm your land in the process. Maybe you want to attract more wildlife, pass something on to your kids, or just make your land a better place to relax and have fun. No matter how much land you own or what you want to do with it, we can help you.
The Implementation Programs focuses on implementing practices on the ground. There are three programs available:
1. The Best Management Practice (BMP) Program
2. The Management Assistance (MAP) Program
3. The Croton Trees for Tribs (T4T) Program
The Forestry Program’s education and training efforts are currently focused on loggers, teachers, and students.
Here at the Watershed Agricultural Council, we’re always seeking better ways to do what we do. We want to do the best we can to protect water quality and keep forests as forests. To meet that goal, we’re constantly digging into what we do through a combination of in-house and university research and demonstrations throughout model forests in the watershed.