Beech Control – 5 Years Later

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Colony Mine Road
(1/4 mile west of Cobb Hill Road intersection)
Alstead, NH 03602
United States


Join us for a tour of a woodlot that has been managed since the early 80’s and was most recently treated in 2016. We will hear from NH Licensed Forester, Peter Renzelman, about past timber stand improvement and American beech control treatments. We will observe the outcomes of these treatments five years later and discuss strategies to promote regeneration of oak and other hardwood species and protecting residual growing stock. This event will be a follow up to the 2016 event at the same location. 

3.0 SAF Category 1 CFEs
 

Speakers/participants:
Peter Renzelman, Licensed Forester

Wendy Ward, District Conservationist, NRCS

Matt Kelly, Cheshire County Forester, UNH Cooperative Extension
Steve Roberge, State Forestry Specialist, UNH Cooperative Extension

  • Be sure to wear sturdy footwear and be prepared to walk in the woods.
  • This is a free event, but you will need to register by October 12th. To register: matt.kelly@unh.edu or 603-352-4550.

Co-sponsored with: Cheshire County Conservation District


Directions:  In Alstead from the junction of Rt. 123 and Rt. 123A, head East on Rt. 123 South for 2.1 miles. Turn left onto Cobb Hill Rd. from Rt. 123. Go 1/2 mile, turn left on to Colony Mine Rd. (Grant Rd.) Look for “FORESTRY MEETING” signs.

Beech tree forest
Status
  • Active
Online Status
  • In-Person
Contact
  • To Register or more information:
     
    Forestry Field Specialist
    Cheshire County Extension Forester