Maine Woodland Owners is hosting a presentation geared for property owners in Maine who are new to managing their woodlands.

Maine Forest Service District Forester Lauren Ouellette plans to present “You Have Woods … Now What? Ten Important Things for New Woodland Owners” at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 10, as part of the online series Virtual Forestry Information Sessions.

Webb will provide updates and information about the department’s wildlife division’s work preserving, protecting and enhancing Maine’s wildlife resources. There will also be time available for Webb to answer questions from participants, according to a news release from Jennifer Hicks with the woodland owners organization.

Maine Woodland Owners was formed 45 years ago as an educational organization dedicated to providing knowledge and technical support for Maine’s small woodland owners. Its goal is to increase landowner engagement and long-term woodland stewardship to ensure the health of Maine’s forests.

The event is open to the public and free for Maine Woodland Owners members. Nonmembers are asked to provide a suggested donation of $10 per event.

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