From the Woods Today - Carbon Markets
In this episode of From the Woods Today, Dr. Jacob Muller gives an update on carbon market opportunities in Kentucky. We also have our tree of the week segment, as well as some information about upcoming prescribed fire events.
From the Woods Today - Wildfire Response
In this episode of From the Woods Today, we discuss research on wildfire in Kentucky and the implications of the results in the context of climate change. We also have our Tree of the Week segment, as well as a presentation about neotropical migratory birds.
From the Woods Today - Building Fire Control Lines
In this episode of From the Woods Today, we examine the first steps for utilizing prescribed or controlled fire on your property: building control lines. We also address some key components of tree protection ordinances that may be effective in your area.
From the Woods Today - Tax Tips for Woodland Owners
In this episode of From the Woods Today, we discuss a few tips that you should know when planning for tax filing. We also have some important information about the upcoming spring wildfire hazard season.
From the Woods Today - How Native People Used Natural Resources
In this episode of From the Woods Today, we celebrate this year’s Native American Day and Kentucky Archaeology Month by discussing the many ways Kentucky’s diverse indigenous peoples used the natural environment. We also have a segment on the wildlife benefits of managing cedar and information on upcoming workshops for private landowners on cedar management.
From the Woods Today - Arboretum Woods
In this episode of From the Woods Today, we talk about the ecology, land use history, and management of the Arboretum, State Botanical Garden of Kentucky. We also learn how to evaluate your wildfire risk and create defensible space to protect your home and family during wildfire season.
From the Woods Today - Plant Selection for the Host
In this episode of From the Woods Today, we talk about how insects and amphibians rely on native plants and learn some tips to gear landscape design mindsets toward the host first and plant second. We also have a segment on prepping your yard for fall pollinators, as well as discuss how to implement fire on landscapes to improve the health of our forested systems.
From The Woods Today - Prescribed Fire
In this episode of From the Woods Today, we discuss prescribed fire and why it's used. We also take you through what a forest management plan looks like and why landowners should have one. Lastly, we celebrate Woods & Wildlife for Your Wallet, a forestry event that has grown into one of the largest forestry and wildlife educational events in Kentucky.
From The Woods Today - Kentucky Maple Day
This episode of From the Woods Today features news about an upcoming annual event, Kentucky Maple Day, and how you can participate. We also share some resources to prepare for spring forest fire season, as well as our reoccurring tree health segment - What's Bugging My Tree?.
From The Woods Today - Pesky Plants
In this episode of From the Woods Today, Dr. Crocker shares information about another invasive species and how through some citizen science efforts we were able to slow the spread. We also have a segment on wildfire season in Kentucky, as well as a segment on deer collisions.
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