[past] Conserving Nature on Your Land

ConservationLandownerWorkshopPurdue Extension presents
land management workshops

2 options:
February 27 – Columbia City, IN
(2 hour drive from Tryon Farm)
February 28 – Turkey Run State Park (IN)
(3 hour drive from Tryon Farm)




Open to all TFI Members & Friends, Tryon Farm Institute will pay up to 2 registration fees ($55/each value) to fund attendance and representation of Tryon Farm at Purdue Extension’s “Conserving Nature on Your Land” workshops next week.

This workshop covers many of the management issues we face at Tryon Farm.  You’ll attend on your behalf, meet some smart management folks, take some notes, and report back.  That’s it!

Do you enjoy nature? Do you want to develop or enhance wildlife habitat on your property? Do you own 10 or fewer acres? If the answer to one or more of these questions is “yes” then this program is for you. Learn about techniques, practices and assistance for developing and enhancing woods, landscapes, and other natural resources on your land. Landowners can attend one of two workshops held on February 27 and 28, 2015.Many sessions are offered concurrently so you can choose sessions that fit your interests, including:

– Introduction to Natural Resource Managment
– Managing Natural Resources Around the Home
– Introduction to Invasive Species Management
– Tree Identification
– Managing Wildlife Around the Home and Yard
– Forest Resource Management
– Use and Identification of Native Plants

The complete program listings and more information can be found on Purdue Extension’s event website (click here – opens in new window).

Interested?  Contact us to let us know, and we’ll arrange for your registration.

Not yet a TFI Member?  It’s super easy to join!  Just visit our membership page and sign up as a TFI Friend today.  The registration fee for this workshop pays for your annual membership, so you’ll already be ahead!

About TryonFarmInstitute

Tryon Farm Institute, Inc. (TFI) is an Indiana chartered non-profit land trust and education organization with a mission to connect human and natural communities by promoting habitat diversity and sustainable land husbandry.

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