A place to find out what's going on in the private woodlands of West Virginia
Note: WV Woodland Stewards is a free network site. Just 'sign up' with your email address and a password.
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WV Woodland Stewards Network--This is a place to find out what's going on in the private family forests and woodlands of West Virginia. Please post photos, videos, or share thoughts about your own experiences in West Virginia woodlands. This is a free network where you can find out about the latest woodland-related workshops and visit other members pages to see their posted activities, photos, and videos, send them a message, or chat with them if they are online. Scroll down this page or use the tabs above to view photos and videos posted by others. You can invite your neighbors and interested friends by going to the "invite" tab, then clicking on "enter email addresses manually."
Please reply to this post if you are interested in becoming a part of a Women Working in their Woods network and what would be the best method for that network to proceed. An email chain, a closed…Continue
Started by Tiffany Fegel. Last reply by Virginia Quesada Nov 12, 2014.
Hi, Does anyone have any experience with setting up a farm ID number and is this considered a business corporation/farm name? Any experiences with submitting costs for federal and state taxes? Thank…Continue
Started by Faith Van Schaik. Last reply by Valerie Grant Aug 1, 2014.
Started by Faith Van Schaik. Last reply by Sam Kaufman Jul 23, 2014.
Started by Kelly Bowyer. Last reply by Kelly Bowyer Mar 19, 2014.
We are anticipating a "select" timber cut in the near future. My understanding is that the branches and the tree tops should be left on the ground because they are full of nutrients that enrich the…Continue
Started by Linda Lee Boyle. Last reply by Michael Jarrells Oct 26, 2013.
Please contact Whitney Bailey:
Rather than John Moore as listed in the newsletter.
The Texas A&M Forest service posted a report today estimating that the 2011 drought in Texas killed over 305,000,000 trees. Most were in rural areas, but an estimated 5.6M were along city streets, yards and parks. satellite imagery comapred before and after the drought led to the estimate.
Posted by John Miesner on September 25, 2012 at 4:47pm
Follow this link to read about emerald ash borer in Calhoun County:
Posted by Dave McGill on September 20, 2012 at 10:02am