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Brain Tickler

In this issue: Sign up for our online "The Woods in Your Backyard" course or the General Forestry Course. Read about some woodland myths and new strategies for planting hardwoods. Our regular features include profiles...More info
In this issue: There's news about the challenges facing the Maryland forestry industry, and about Marylanders being nominated for Outstanding Tree Farmers of the year. There's also news about recent workshops, spotted lanternfly, and emerald...More info
In this issue: Read about the common muskrat in the Woodland Wildlife Spotlight , Autumn olive in Invasives in Your Woodland , the Maryland-Delaware Logger of the Year, learn about two upcoming Forestry Friday workshops...More info
In this issue: Read about the Red-bellied woodpecker in the Woodland Wildlife Spotlight and Oriental bittersweet in Invasives in Your Woodland, and take the Brain Tickler challenge. There's also an introduction to two new members...More info
Branching Out - Fall 2015. Branching Out is published quarterly by the University of Maryland Extension's Woodland Stewardship Education program. To subscribe, go to extension.umd.edu/woodland/subscribe-branching-out or email editor Andrew A. Kling at akling1@umd.edu .More info
Branching Out - Summer 2015. Branching Out is published quarterly by the University of Maryland Extension's Woodland Stewardship Education program. To subscribe, go to extension.umd.edu/woodland/subscribe-branching-out or email editor Andrew A. Kling at akling1@umd.edu .More info
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