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Habitat Management Symposium
The Habitat Management Symposium is a training conference for those performing on-the-ground habitat improvement practices. It's designed for the professional and landowner improving and planning wildlife, forest, stream and pollinator habitat

This symposium will occur in three parts, Tuesdays at 10 am ET/ 9 am CT, on March 16, March 23, and March 30. It is being organized by Woods and Waters Land Trust (Jody Thompson), Kentucky State University Extension (Jonathan Palmer), and University of Kentucky Forestry Extension (Ellen Crocker).

March 16
• Small Game Habitat Management: A Small Acreage Landowner Example, Cody Rhoden, Kentucky Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Resources
• A Practical Strategy for Managing Oak Forests Chris Will, Central Kentucky Forest Management
• Natural Bank Stabilization Techniques, Oakes Routt, Stantec Consulting Services

March 23
• Nuisance Deer Management, Dr. Matt Springer, University of Kentucky Department of Forestry and Natural Resources
• What’s Wrong with My Oak? Dr. Ellen Crocker, University of Kentucky Department of Forestry and Natural Resources
• Scenarios for Efficient Invasive Plant Control, Jody Thompson, Woods and Waters Land Trust

March 30
• Private Land Management: Challenges and Perspective of an Active Landowner Management of Woodland Pools for Amphibian Habitat , Melanie VanHouten, Josephine Sculpture Park
• Old Field and Edge Habitat Management, Jason Nally, Maker’s Mark Distillery
• Management of Woodland Pools for Amphibian Habitat, Dr. Stephen Richter, Eastern Kentucky University
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