The Kansas Forest Service will host a landowner field day starting at 3 p.m. April 18 in Durham. The goal is to help landowners successfully manage woodlands, areas next to streams and rivers, and habitat for Bobwhite quail.
Participants will meet at Durham Community Center, 519 Douglas Ave. They will travel as a group to the Marion Reservoir wildlife area to visit sites where woodland improvements have been done. They will learn techniques to improve log quality, enhance tree growth and herbicide use .
To get more information or register, call the extension office at (620) 382-2325 or email Dennis Carlson at email@example.com.
Registration deadline is April 15. A $5 registration fee will help cover the cost of dinner, refreshments, and teaching materials.