Woodland Stewards offers a variety of educational programs across the state for woodland owners and those interested in learning more about the forests of Ohio. Some classes are designed to help a woodland owner form a solid foundation for their future woodland education (Name That Tree) while others build on the basics to provide more in depth coverage of specific topics (Improving Your Forest) or deal with new and/or emerging topics such as Emerald Ash Borer and Asian Longhorned Beetle.

* Please note: While a minimum of 20 participants per class is required, class sizes may be limited due to the host facility and at the instructors request. Be sure to sign up early to get your spot!

Upcoming Classes

  1. Apr 16, 2021, 10:00am - 12:00pm

    Spend the morning with OSU Extension's Curtis Young exploring the wonderful world of woodland macrofungi by looking at the corals, jellies, conks, bolete, brackets, parchments, cups and more.  These fungi delight the senses with color, size, shape, texture, scent and flavor.
  2. May 7, 2021, 10:00am - 12:00pm

    Join SENR's Roger Williams, Associate Professor - Forest Management in this presentation where we explore the role of forest in the carbon cycle, how they sequestoer carbon, how forest management affects sequestration and the types of forest related activities that may qualify for carbon credit projects.  Joining the webinar for the Q&A session will be AEDE's Brent Sohngen and SENR's Sayeed Mehmood.  Join us for this important conversation.