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general forestry course

In this issue: Learn about Maryland's Recreational Use Statute and how it applies to your woodland property. Our Woodland Wildlife Wednesday webinar series continues; find information about how to view the ones you missed and...More info
In this issue: Learn about available online resources from the Woodland Stewardship Education program and about our new Woodland Wildlife Wednesday webinar series. There's news about the fall session of the General Forestry Course and...More info
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: The Events Calendar includes a variety of conferences in the mid-Atlantic area, as well as the Fourth Biennial Shortleaf Pine Conference in New Jersey. Articles include news about the 2017 Maryland Tree...More info
Branching Out - Summer 2016. Branching Out is published quarterly by the University of Maryland Extension's Woodland Stewardship Education program. To subscribe, go to or email editor Andrew A. Kling at .More info

University of Maryland's General Forestry Course

Monday, Sep. 1, 2014 - 9:00am to Monday, Dec. 15, 2014 - 5:00pm
Paper or online course
The University of Maryland Extension will offer the General Forestry Course for the Fall 2014 semester. Both the paper and online version will be offered. The course begins September 1 and runs until December 15, 2014. Registration opens July 1. To register, go to our website at http://extension...
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For the month of July the course cost is only $275. That's a $25 savings.
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