Conservation Connection: Landowner Workshop at Powder Valley Conservation Nature Center

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MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO (KPLR)- Jeff Esely, Private Land Conservationist, joined us to talk about the impact private landowners have in helping Missouri`s wildlife.

Mr. Esely also tells us about the Landowner Workshop taking place on March 28th at the Powder Valley Conservation Nature Center in Kirkwood.

• Pond management
• Forest management
• Management for small game
• Property rights and the Wildlife Code
• Turkey biology and management
• Native grass and forb establishment
• Invasive plant control
• Use of prescribed fire

Benefits for landowners:
• Improved hunting, fishing and wildlife viewing opportunities
• Attract valuable pollinators
• Increase populations and diversity of songbirds
• Enhance timber value
• Help control erosion and invasive plants
• Establish wildflowers

Landowner Workshop
March 28th, 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
Free and includes lunch
Register by March 20th

To learn more call (636)441-4554 or visit

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