Our first newsletter is out! Learn about QCI Management Plans, our Wildlife Habitat Workshop, current research projects in the Yale-Myers Forest and much more in the first issue of a bi-annual information bulletin that will keep you up to date with the Initiative’s developments.
This presentation by Steve Broderick (Forester and Program Director at the Goodwin Forest Center) will give you a broad step-by-step program about getting your affairs in order...
...while this handout prepared by Attorney William J. Dakin (Kahan, Kerensky & Capossela) gets into the nitty-gritty of tax, probate and legal implications of protecting your land.
This presentation from CF&PA's Lindsay Michel (Land Conservation Director) discusses funding opportunities for private landowners, as well as provides biographies and contact information for local land trusts.
An American Chestnut survivor spotted on a partner's property (picture by Jocelyn Mahone)
Are these leaves toxic for livestock? What species make good timber? This identification guide gives handy descriptions of the plants you will meet in local forests along with information about where they grow best, distinctive features, and management implications.
Who, what, why? The Factsheet tells you everything you need to know about the Quiet Corner Initiative in a nutshell.
You can view all Quiet Corner pictures for past events and workshops on our Flickr photo album.