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Paulownia is becoming a royal pain!

February 23, 2012

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Posted by guest blogger:   Eric Boyda,  Iron Furnace Cooperative Weed Mangement Area Showy springtime flowers seduce gardeners into planting invasive tree Spring is near, and many plants are beginning to flower. As the exciting outdoor display of flowers progresses, it is important to recognize that not all flowering plants are as docile and charming as […]

Hello and Welcome SE Ohio woodland owners!

February 6, 2012

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I’m excited about the upcoming growing season in the hills of SE Ohio. It’s been a long and wet winter, and according to Buckeye Chuck we are predicted to have an early spring. The main reason that I’m launching this blog is to help to connect with woodland owners in Appalachian Ohio.   I’ve been working […]

Wood identification class offered at Piketon

February 6, 2012

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Eric McConnell, Ohio State University – Forest Products Specialist is offering an evening course on the basics of wood identification at the OSU South Centers in Piketon.  Here is some more information on this class: What’s that wood? Thursday, February 23, 2012 6 – 8:30 pm Ohio State University South Centers Endeavor Center 1864 Shyville […]

Blog policies

February 1, 2012

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Blog Policies Advertising – Advertising is not allowed on wordpress.com hosted blogs (policy here). Please do not email us and ask to advertise your product. Furthermore, this is an Ohio State University affiliated educational blog, not a platform for selling products. Comment Moderation – All comments are moderated and will not appear until approved.  This is an […]