Non-WOCAV sponsored Upcoming Events

  • Erosion Control in Our Forests
    Live Online via Zoom
    Apr 27, 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM
    Live Online via Zoom
    The Erosion Control in Our Forests event will discuss Pennsylvania's environmental regulatory requirements, found in chapters 93, 102, and 105 of the Pennsylvania Code, as they pertain to timber harvesting operations. Click the Additional Info button for event details and registration.
  • Sustainable Timber Harvesting
    Live Online via Zoom
    Apr 28, 8:00 AM – 12:15 PM
    Live Online via Zoom
    Sustainable Timber Harvesting is designed to strengthen participants' understanding of sustainable forest management. It will provide attendees with the necessary knowledge and tools to assess whether a proposed timber harvest will sustain desired forest conditions for future generations.
  • Expert Panel Discussion about Forest Carbon Markets
    Live Online via Zoom
    Apr 28, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
    Live Online via Zoom
    A panel answers participant's questions about forest carbon and markets. Panelists include representatives from the AFF, the Nature Conservancy, and PSU faculty. Participants are strongly encouraged to attend “An Introduction to Forest Carbon Markets” on 04.21 before attending the panel discussion.
  • Envisioning a Just Future in Community Forests: A TreeVitalize Partners Conference
    Live Online via Zoom
    May 05, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
    Live Online via Zoom
    This conference will bring together partners working in community forests. The themes include diversity, inclusion, and justice in community forests. The conference's panels will focus on agencies, organizations, and practitioners who are creating solutions for people and communities.
  • Managing Forests to Enhance Carbon Storage
    Live Online via Zoom
    May 05, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
    Live Online via Zoom
    The Managing Forests to Enhance Carbon Storage event provides an overview of carbon dynamics within forested systems and how carbon storage can be enhanced through forest management and planning. Click the Additional Info button for event details and registration.
  • Tick Series: Ecology and How to Approach Tick Control
    Live Online via Zoom
    May 07, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
    Live Online via Zoom
    During this Series participants will learn about tick biology including tick development, what hosts are important for ticks, and where and when ticks are found. With this information, participants will know when they are most at risk for tick bites and how to approach tick control.
  • Regenerating Hardwood Forests: Managing Competition, Deer, and Light
    Webinar
    May 11, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
    Webinar
    Forest sustainability is threatened without adequate forest regeneration. During this webinar we will discuss key practices used to successfully establish hardwood forest regeneration. Click the Additional Info button for event details and registration.
  • Ramp/Wild Leek Foraging and Forest Farming: Ramp Culture
    Live Online via Zoom
    May 11, 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM
    Live Online via Zoom
    Ramps or wild leeks are a popular native forest onion harvested for its edible bulb and leaves. We will provide the latest information and research regarding ramps, ramp foraging, forest farming opportunities, and explore the relationships that the people of PA have with this stinky wild onion.
  • Managing Forests in Pennsylvania with Climate Change in Mind
    Live Online via Zoom
    May 12, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
    Live Online via Zoom
    This webinar offers an introductory overview of how climate change may influence the forests of Pennsylvania and how to manage forests with climate change in mind. Following the presentations will be a question and answer session where invited experts answer participants' questions.
  • Envisioning a Just Future in Community Forests: A TreeVitalize Partners Conference (1)
    Live Online via Zoom
    May 12, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
    Live Online via Zoom
    This conference will bring together partners working in community forests. The themes include diversity, inclusion, and justice in community forests. The conference's panels will focus on agencies, organizations, and practitioners who are creating solutions for people and communities.
  • Advice from the Woods: Ask Our Experts (1)
    Live Online via Zoom
    May 19, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
    Live Online via Zoom
    This is an opportunity to meet your whole team of experts at once, and for a given issue, hear discussion between multiple informed perspectives to help you gain a better handle on the many complex factors involved in addressing or solving an issue. Click the Additional Info button for event detail
  • Know Your Woods: Tree ID and Intro to Forest Ecology
    Tionesta Lake Visitor Center
    May 23, 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
    Tionesta Lake Visitor Center, Spillway Road Tionesta, PA 16353
    Join your regional Penn State Extension forestry and wildlife educator for a walk in the woods this Spring during Know Your Woods: Tree ID and Intro to Forest Ecology. Participants will learn about the fundamentals of the woods, tree species, forest management strategies, and more!
  • Forest Legacy Planning: Moving Toward the Decision Point
    Live Online via Zoom
    Jun 08, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
    Live Online via Zoom
    This webinar will walk you through the forest legacy planning process, discuss professionals that can assist, and cover the best practices to ensure it goes smoothly. Click the Additional Info button for event details and registration.

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The Woodland Owners of Clarion - Allegheny Valley is a forum for private forest landowners in Clarion, Forest, Jefferson, Armstrong, Butler and Venango counties.

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Telephone: (814) 223-9028

Email: thewocav@gmail.com

Address:  WOCAV

                 P.O. Box 194

                 Corsica, PA 15829