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Woodland Wednesdays: A Virtual Walk through Working Woods - Shared screen with speaker view
Natalie Gertz-Young - Lake SWCD she/her
56:18
You are killin' me Gail!
iPhone
01:08:08
Adam, what are common poor practices that you witness in ne Ohio?
Bernadette
01:09:37
What reports should you get from your logger when the job is done?
robertmanning
01:10:53
What does TSI stand for?
Adi Shiloh
01:11:13
Timber Stand Improvement
Bernadette
01:14:07
And if you aren't given the report of the amount of trees that have been taken down.....then it's time to get a new logger.
Sylvan Shank
01:18:09
Do we know if Beech leaf disease ultimately kills most trees?
James.Sasser
01:19:14
what was the reason for 9 trees an acre - is that a goal per acre, or was it just depending on the site?
Kim Hall
01:20:21
What can I do to replace my beech and ash trees?
Adi Shiloh
01:20:46
Have you seen a lot of beech root suckers/sprouts post-harvest? Is there a hope that young beech may age beyond the timeline of BLD?
Jonathan
01:21:46
what about the invasives introduced by the timbering process?
Jonathan
01:25:45
is there a plan to restore the understory?
Lucy Chamberlain
01:27:51
Is this site fenced to exclude deer? If not are you concerned about deer impact on regeneration?
Terrell
01:27:56
there is a webinar on Beech leaf Disease on April 15 put on by osu
Jessica Miller
01:28:09
Thanks Terrell!
Jonathan
01:28:13
i have end of life ash trees throwing out copious amounts of seed, which are dominating the ubnderstory
Lea’s iPad
01:32:40
what did the logger reseed with
Steve Smith
01:32:42
What kind of 360 camera is used for this kind of thing?
thehe
01:38:12
LOL Luke
Lucy Chamberlain
01:40:46
why not thin out some of the spindly poor form small dia. trees/
Lucy Chamberlain
01:43:39
Is this the same as what used to be referred to as high grading where you take out the majority mature trees
James.Sasser
01:44:14
are there any setbacks in terms of distance, that need to be put in place between where the timber or area where the timber is harvested and where the public has access too - was the public able to access the working woods during the timber harvest?
proprincipal
01:45:28
Is there a list of reputable loggers and a list of loggers to avoid?
Terrell
01:45:46
https://events-na11.adobeconnect.com/content/connect/c1/1103645199/en/events/event/shared/default_template_simple/event_landing.html?sco-id=3089768525
Nathan
01:45:55
at some point this evening, I would like to hear the presenters thoughts on the impact earthworms are having in our woodlands starting with removing the leaf litter and bioturbating the soil to the point it is rock hard
Terrell
01:46:09
that’s the link for Beech Leaf Disease
Tracy Cindric
01:46:10
what has the least impact on the forest when skidding trees, horse teams or mechanized skidding?
Lea’s iPad
01:46:50
on the screen showing now, do all the colored squares represent the Forest Management Treatment area?
Lana Regel
01:47:02
Is there a minimum number of acres needed to engage a Forester?
James.Sasser
01:47:20
thankyou! very helpful
Bernadette
01:48:00
what consideration to you take in account for using horse sledges over tractors?
Diane
01:49:59
how expensive is it to have a forest consulter come to your property?
actcs
01:50:36
How do you make sure the logger reclaims the paths
Lea’s iPad
01:52:23
very informative. i had the benefit of on site program there through Chagrin River Water Partners. sorry but have an engagement at 7:00. have to go
Sylvan Shank
01:52:42
how much of your research is and/or will be publicly available and where can we go to learn more?
Spike Radway
01:53:21
Can we hike and see these areas? Is there signage explaining what is happening to see as you hike?
actcs
01:58:12
what does the steel band do
Adi Shiloh
01:59:18
The steel bands have a small spring which allows them to measure the circumference for their research
Brian King
02:05:06
Is that a commercially available dauber for herbicide application, or a "hand made" item?
Ben Lang
02:07:36
https://www.portageswcd.org/register
Natalie Gertz-Young - Lake SWCD she/her
02:08:14
I'll post the instructions I have
Ben Lang
02:08:30
Nope that is to Woodland Tips that Pay - did not mean to send yet from Portage SWCD Feb 25th 6:30 pm
Jonathan
02:09:00
Luke, do you have a number or email to share?
Diane
02:10:12
where can I get a list of reputable foresters?
Geauga SWCD
02:10:50
All presenters' contacts will be emailed to registered participants with resources, recording link, and I'll try to get a list to ya'll too!
Natalie Gertz-Young - Lake SWCD she/her
02:10:53
Herbicide applicator plans https://www.invasive.org/gist/tools/wandinst.pdf
Jim Miller
02:10:53
Great presentation everyone! Thanks
Adi Shiloh
02:11:09
http://www.safohio.org/find-a-forester/
Nancy Logan
02:11:43
Thanks everyone...
Maryanne Z
02:11:54
this was a very interesting, thank you so much.
actcs
02:12:34
Great job, thanks
Adi Shiloh
02:12:38
So impressed with the collaboration and the organization throughout this whole project! What an awesome effort!
Diane
02:13:05
Very informative and thank you!
Dee Belew
02:13:11
Thanks everyone. Very valuable information to follow.
Richard Fox
02:13:14
Where to park to hike the area?????
Brian King
02:13:33
Very informative. Thank you all!
Andrew DiStefano
02:13:40
Thank you from Massachusetts very informative, I will tune in again
Yvette
02:13:45
Thank you! This was very interesting and informative!
proprincipal
02:13:46
Thanks everyone! Great insights!
Lucy Chamberlain
02:14:09
Thanks ! Look forward to visiting it on site.
Kim Hall
02:14:13
Thank you! Great program!
Brenda K
02:14:26
I own 2.61 acres. Is that too small to call Luke?
Chris Cobb
02:14:37
thanks ! lots of great info !
Tami McGrattan
02:14:46
Thank you!
Olivia Cobb
02:14:52
Thank you!
Ben Lang
02:14:58
peace