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Tuesday, May 15, 2018

The North Central Forest Landowners Association will host program entitled: “Habitat tour of State Game Lands #30”, by Len Groshek, Land Manager with the Pennsylvania Game Commission On Sunday, May 20

1:00 PM until 4:00 PM. Len will lead a tour of State Game Lands #30 in Norwich Township, McKean County. Topics will include history of the game land, history of wildlife habitat management and current habitat management practices on the game land. The program will begin at the Potato Creek parking lot on the west side of SR 46, and we will drive as a group to various stops on the game lands. Road are solid but are dirt and stone and may be muddy. The intent is to car pool in vehicles most suitable for conditions, so please plan to make room for passengers if you don’t mind driving your vehicle on dirt roads. The tour may also include short walks, so adequate footwear is recommended.

This event is open to all without charge. The meeting location is the game land parking lot on the west side of SR 46 just south of where SR 46 crosses over the East Branch of Potato Creek. This is approximately 6.7 miles south of Crosby and 4.4 miles north of the Cameron/McKean County line. (41.654 deg. North, -78.369 deg. West). Adequate footwear is recommended.

Please call Jody Groshek at 814-887-4100 between 8:30 AM and 4:00 PM for more information

The NCFLA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing education and hands-on application techniques of sustainable forest management. It is the purpose of this organization to provide information, exchange ideas, and educate its members and others about the methods and benefits of proper forest management. This is accomplished by sponsoring educational seminars, woodswalks on member’s woodlands emphasizing different aspects of best practice forest management, regular meetings and educational events to encourage interactions between association members.

The NCFLA has a close association with Penn State, Penn State Cooperative Extension, DCNR Bureau of Forestry, a Penn State forestry advisor, Conservation District and others. They are an integral, functioning part of the NCFLA who provide the latest research, guidance, advice, organization and contact with the broader forest community. Regular classes and seminars on forestry topics of interest are planned through the NCFLA. Members of this organization experience the benefits of expanding their forestry knowledge and skills, a sense of companionship with people of similar interests, and satisfaction of promoting the health of landowners forests. 

NCFLA welcomes new members year round. Full individual membership is open to all owners of 5 or more acres of woodland within McKean, Potter, Cameron and Elk Counties. 

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