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    Arborists, city foresters, lawn and landscape professionals, public or private garden managers and golf course superintendents will benefit from attending this conference.

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    Aquatic invasive species super plants! Withstanding acidic soil, variable light conditions, flooding and, multiplying beyond control in a single year.

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    Learn about the race for survival between native and invasive plant species from Michigan State University associate professor Dr. Jen Lau on Oct. 9.

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  • 09/15/17--09:48: Heating and wood
  • As the colder season approaches, some buildings are less prepared than others. Wood-based products, such as chips or pellets, can be viable alternatives to new fossil fuel furnaces and boilers.

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  • 09/15/17--10:05: Autumn leaf discoloration
  • Broad-leaved trees often host late season leaf discoloration. The cooler and wetter growing season favors the growth of common leaf fungi.

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    Two videos and three bulletins provide commercial industry and homeowners with new resources on hemlock woolly adelgid.

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    Knowing which leaves are turning can add to your enjoyment of fall color season.

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    Alcona County and Michigan State University Extension are celebrating 100 years since the introduction of Extension to Alcona County in May 1917.

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    Several farms in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula have gained MAEAP certification recently, demonstrating commitment to farming in an environmentally sound manner.

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    Bringing fresh greenery into your home around the holidays is environmentally friendly and healthy for you and your family.

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  • 12/07/17--19:54: Oak wilt and other wonders
  • Forests are under constant threat from current pests, and more pests are always on the horizon; forest owners and those interested in forests can help reduce negative impacts by learning about forest health issues.

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  • 12/10/17--20:25: Counting trees
  • Michigan forests are growing older with larger trees covering more acres according to inventory statistics that reveal a dynamic and ever-changing resource.

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    A series highlighting the careers and inspiration of young forestry professionals

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    The characteristics of fresh evergreen boughs used in holiday decorations