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Opportunity to learn about “Kudzu: The Vine That’s Eating Lawrence County” on June 5th at OU Southern

May 31, 2012


Kudzu: The Vine That’s Eating Lawrence County Ohio University Southern is opening its doors to a cooperative effort by the Iron Furnace Cooperative Weed Management Area with Ironton In Bloom Inc. to provide a free informative seminar about identifying, reporting, and controlling kudzu, and what programs are available to help landowners in Ohio during control. […]

Identifying the Trees in Your Woods offered on June 8th at the Vinton Furnace State Experimental Forest

May 17, 2012


 One of the first steps for caring for woodlands is to know the species of trees on a property.   “Identifying the Trees in Your Woods” is being offered June 8 from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at theVintonFurnaceStateExperimentalForestto help woodland owners learn more. Participants will learn to use a simple leaf key to guide them […]

Woodland Wonders

May 1, 2012


April 23rd: As we were pondering how we were going to repair a severely damaged deer fence (2 large trees down) on one of my deer browse plots at Tar Hollow,  Jim Downs pointed out this delicate beauty growing within 10 feet of  the exclosure.   Just my luck!  a beautiful,  pink lady’s slipper and no camera! […]