(BROWNSTOWN) – The public is invited to visit with foresters to learn more about managing woodlands and wildlife habitat over breakfast from 8 a.m. until 10 a.m. Feb. 6 in the meeting room at Dairy Queen, 115 West Commerce St., in Brownstown.
Foresters and wildlife biologists will be available to answer questions about trees, woodlands, and wildlife habitat.
The event is being sponsored by the White River RC&D forestry committee as a way to better inform people about forestry.
“There isn’t a presentation involved. We simply want to be available to answer people’s questions regarding their trees, both in their yard and within their forest. Plus, we can provide general information about natural resources here in Indiana,” committee chairman John Stambaugh said.
There is no fee for getting advice and written information on a variety of topics available for people to pick up.
Information: Contact Rob Haubry at 812-525-8998 or email email@example.com