January 9, 2021
If you are unable to attend but would like more information about the town's forestry program, please contact the Conservation Commission at 781- 786-5068
49 Stonehedge Road
Lincoln, MA 01773
free and open to the public - dress for the weather and wear a mask
Saturday, January 9, 2021
Join Land’s Sake and the Conservation Commission's Associate Member Brian Donahue on a walk to learn about the Town's Forest Management Program and goals. Since 1981, Land's Sake has been harvesting firewood from Weston's town forests. This winter, Land's Sake will be returning to the Ogilvie Town Forest, where wood was last cut in the 1990s. The goals of the forest management program are to develop a healthy timber base, diversify wildlife habitat, and protect water and soil resources. The production and sale of firewood is a useful byproduct of this process and helps to fund Land's Sakes' forest management initiatives. Land's Sake will discuss its forest management philosophy, provide an overview of the silvicultural practices that are being used, and discuss the results of the forestry work throughout town.