Workshop on What You Can Do With Your Woods

Workshop on Woods and Wildlife

BRYAN, Ohio — New to owning a woods? See what your options are in an upcoming workshop by the Ohio Woodland Stewards Program.

What Can You Do With Your Woods? goes from 6-9 p.m. April 9 in the Williams Soil and Water Conservation District meeting room, 1120 W. High St. in Bryan in northwest Ohio.

The workshop offers an introduction to managing woods and wildlife, said Kathy Smith, one of the instructors and the coordinator of the stewards program, run by the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University.

It’s for people who just bought wooded land, for instance, or who got it with their farm, she said.

“We’ll cover some basic topics on how to assess what you have to get where you want,” including such goals as recreation and timber production, she said.

“We’ll also talk about managing for wildlife. What are those key components that need to be there to make it all work?”

Registration is $15. Details and a link to online registration are at The registration deadline is April 6.

For more information, call 614-688-3421 or email

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Kurt Knebusch


Kathy Smith