Introduction to the Marteloscope

Date: April 18, 2014
Time: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Location: New England Forestry Foundation’s Allen - Whitney Forest on the Scribner Hill Rd, Manchester, ME

What is a marteloscope? Is it shiny? Does it have buttons? The Marteloscope is a teaching tool that provides quick access to real data about a certain stand of trees to feed discussion about silvicultural decision-making. It has value not only as a discussion forum for new and seasoned foresters, but also for educating landowners and the public about the thought processes of foresters and natural resource managers.

Find out more on Thursday, April 17, 2014, from 9am -1pm at the New England Forestry Foundation’s Allen - Whitney Forest on the Scribner Hill Rd, Manchester, ME.

CFEs: TBD Cost: $10 for lunch; Limited to 20 folks. Please RSVP to cpryor@newenglandforestry.org or 978-952-6856 For more info, including direction to the site, take a look at the flyer .

Contact Phone: 978-952-6856
Contact Email: cpryor@newenglandforestry.org
Cost: $10 for lunch; Limited to 20 folks. Please RSVP to cpryor@newenglandforestry.org or 978-952-6856