Forest Leaves Newsletter

Nov 30, 2022


Spotlight

Wearing Orange for Forests: The Importance of Deer Hunting to Penn’s Woods

With Sundays November 13, 20, and 27, 2022 open to hunting, we ask: beyond awareness of the upcoming hunting season, why should forest stewardship include caring about deer and the woods? [more]

In This Issue

  1. Muth, Powell, Finley Named 2022 PA Forestry Association Award Recipients
  2. Woods in Your Backyard Webinar Series Back for Another Year
  3. Ramped up: Higher demand for wild leeks has foragers overeager, threatens plant

1. Muth, Powell, Finley Named 2022 PA Forestry Association Award Recipients

Dr. Allyson Muth, faculty, Michael Powell, staff, and Linda Finley, volunteer, in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management were honored for their contributions to the conservation of Pennsylvania’s natural resources at the Pennsylvania Forestry Association’s (PFA) Annual Symposium on November 5. [more]


2. Woods in Your Backyard Webinar Series Back for Another Year

Penn State Extension’s popular The Woods in Your Backyard webinar series will meet 7-8:30 PM weekly via Zoom on Wednesdays starting January 11, 2023. [more]


3. Ramped up: Higher demand for wild leeks has foragers overeager, threatens plant

Early spring enthusiasm for ramps — also known as wild leeks — may be causing lower plant yields and threatening communities of the forest herb, according to Penn State researchers. [more]


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