Ohio Woodlands, Water and Wildlife

The Ohio Woodland Stewards newsletter, Ohio Woodlands, Water and Wildlife, is produced three times a year. It provides subcribers with updates on the latest issues related to woodland management, including insect and disease or invasive plant issues. Articles are also geared towards expanding a readers knowledge base on a wide variety of topics related to our Ohio woodlands and the management and care of them. Subscribers can access the newsletter online at any time. When new issues are released it is available in either hard copy or electronic - just let us know which version you would like to receive.

  1. Winter 2017 Newsletter

    December 22,

    This edition of the newsletter covers a new forestry exhibit on campus, updates on ALB and TCD, winter birds and upcoming programming.
  2. Fall Ohio Woodland Water and Wildlife

    August 24,

    This fall edition of the Ohio Woodland Water and Wildlife Newsletter offers some images of this years Brood V periodical cicada impacts around Ohio. If you missed the brood then check out the images of what some woodland owners experienced. Also learn how to deal with those bats in your house. Last but not least with the approach of September our focus turns to Farm Science Review and programming at the Gwynne Conservation Area.
  3. Spring/Summer Ohio Woodland Water & Wildlife

    May 26,

    This edition of the Ohio Woodland, Water and Wildlife newsletter focuses on pollinators and the habitats that woodland owners can provide. We also cover EAB University and the upcoming Walnut Council Meeting in Indiana.
  4. Winter 2016

    December 15,

    The winter edition of Ohio Woodlands Water and Wildlife features an article on using the online program 'My Land Plan' to create a management plan for your property. As we head into winter we also have sections on bird feeders and how to turn that Christmas tree into habitat after Christmas. The newsletter also features a short article on selling timber - some of the steps you need to think about. We have also listed our first calendar of classes for 2016.
  5. Summer/Fall 2015

    July 10,

    In this edition of the Ohio Woodland Water and Wildlife newsletter you will find an update on thousand canker disease here in Ohio and the schedule of events at the Gwynne Conservation Area during Farm Science Review this September. Meet Dr. Christopher Tonra as he has written an article for us on the song sparrow for Critter Corner along with an article on management planning. As always the calendar has the upcoming classes being offered late summer into fall.