Environmental Science Colloquium Series
Boyd Science Center, Room 001
David Falkenham, Grafton County Extension Forester, UNH Cooperative Extension
In New Hampshire, an average of 60% of the forest land is held by small, non-industrial private forest landowners. Grafton County alone is 82% forested with 66% of that land base in private ownership. Most of these private lands fall between 50-200 acres. This pattern of traditional New England land ownership places the majority of our forest resources in the hands of a diverse demographic whose land use objectives are highly variable.
Grafton County Extension Forester David Falkenham (an alumnus of PSU with a graduate degree in environmental education) will give a talk titled, "A day in the life of a county forester: working with New Hampshire's private woodlot owners to be the best stewards of the land."
All are welcome and we hope you will join us.