Forestry Management

Wildlife Habitat and Your Property

Class Number | CED.1020.H01

Section | 59173

Class Details

Date & Time

6pm-8:30pm March 14




Harrison Campus - Room 274


Nia Becker, CFF, District Forester, Clare & Gladwin Conservation Districts

Class Description

Improving wildlife habitat is a very common goal landowners have for their property. This workshop session will introduce popular game and non-game wildlife species and their habitat needs. There are many strategies for evaluating current habitat, as well as methods for improvement. This session will also cover how timber harvesting can benefit some species and the legal requirements landowners have in respect to endangered species.

Class Outline

  • Introduction to Wildlife Biology
  • Species and habitat Requirements
  • Evaluating Habitat Quality
  • Habitat Improvements (other than timber sales)


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Contact Carol Darlington
(989) 386-6625

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