Date(s) - 05/19/2019
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Cayuga Nature Center
A majority of New York’s forests, including the forest at Cayuga Nature Center, are second growth. Come learn about the particular problems such forests face, and the steps you can take to ensure a healthy future for recovering land. We will highlight the signs of a neglected forest, and the benefits that improvements can yield.
Led by Matt Sacco who is Director of Environmental Education at the Cayuga Nature Center.
Part of our Climate Smart Stewardship series:
May 12 – Mother’s Day Hike in Smith Woods
May 19 – Revitalizing a Second Growth Forest
May 26 – Planting Flora for Fauna
June 2 – Paleo to Present: Perspectives on Changes in Plant Life
Learn more about restorative land management practices within a changing world. Discover better land stewardship practices and solutions for potential climate change-related complications.
All workshops held rain or shine (barring really severe weather) Sundays at 1:00 pm. All walks will last at least an hour. They are hikes, so participants should be prepared to be on their feet and out in the weather. In the event of a thunderstorm or worse, events will be canceled. Included with admission to the Cayuga Nature Center.
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