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Fall Forestry Field Day Tuesday, October 16, 2018
This year’s Fall Forestry Field Day will be held on October 16th at the Kickapoo Tribe in Kansas reservation. The Kansas Forest Service is currently assisting the Kickapoo Tribe with a comprehensive forest assess-ment and management initiative and a number of stream stabilization projects. The tribe’s property contains a diverse mix of cropland, pastures, upland forests, wooded riparian areas, and many streams. Field day participants can look forward to visiting two unique forest sites where they will receive lessons on wildlife habitat, forest ecology,
stream processes, and timber management.

We’ll be meeting at the Kickapoo Community Building, located 0.3 miles south of Highway 20 on Falcon Road in Brown County. Field Day signs will be placed at the intersection of Highway 20 and Falcon Road, which is 3 miles east of Highway 75 and 8 miles west of Horton

REGISTRATION : $12 registration Please register by October 9th! Please submit registration form and payment to:
Kansas Forest Service
Fall Forestry Field Day
2610 Claflin RD
Manhattan, KS 66502
In Case of Rain: The event will be held inside the Kickapoo Community Center
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