Tree researchers gather in Lexington to share work in saving native trees

By Carol Lea Spence, University of Kentucky

Every day, American forests, both rural and urban, fight for their health against invasive species and pests. Scientists around the country are working diligently to protect and restore some iconic native species. Many of those scientific partners will gather in Lexington in mid-July to share their research findings.

The public also is welcome to come hear about their progress during a free, public seminar, Forests of the Future, 7 p.m. EDT July 11 at the Fayette County Extension office, 1140 Harry Sykes Way, Lexington. Continue reading

Trees for Bees: Pollinator Habitats in Urban Forests

You are invited to attend the latest Live Webinar sponsored by: Southern Regional Extension Forestry.

Title: Trees for Bees: Pollinator Habitats in Urban Forests Continue reading

Webinar: Planning and timing are critical for saving your urban ash forest from EAB

You are invited to attend our latest Live Webinar sponsored by: Southern Regional Extension Forestry.

Title: Planning and timing are critical for saving your urban ash forest from EAB

Date and Time: March 28, 2018, 1:00 PM Eastern Continue reading