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Forest Ecology and Management training for Landowners

April 1, 2009
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Keystone Trainees 2009

On April 23rd-26th, Harvard Forest will be hosting the annual Keystone Project training. Keystone, an effort of UMass Amherst, is an intensive three day seminar on forest ecology and management, wildlife management, land protection, and community outreach. It is designed to train landowners and community leaders in forest conservation. The goal of Keystone is to put into place in each community the people that can be a local source of information to landowners, communities, and organizations. In exchange for the training and take-home resources, graduates of the program, called Cooperators, agree to return to their communities and volunteer their time towards projects that promote forest conservation. For more information about the Keystone Project, visit: 

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