Skip to content

Forest Health Woods Walk

Siuslaw Model Forest 6055 NY-23, Acra, NY, United States

At times, it seems like no matter where we turn, there is something new threatening our forests. By now, you’ve probably heard of the emerald ash borer and the hemlock woolly adelgid. But how about the processes of mesophication and densification? What’s happening to all the beech trees and whereContinue Reading


Chainsaw Sharpening & Maintenance

85 Tom Hoag Road 85 Tom Hoag Road, Delhi, NY, United States

The chainsaw is a must-have tool for most Catskill Mountain landowners, yet it can seem daunting to use and expensive to maintain. Join CFA's Forest Program Manager, John MacNaught, for a hands-on workshop on how to maintain your saw to ensure a longer life (and save you money!). John willContinue Reading


Game of Logging Level I

1944 McMurdy Brook Road 1944 McMurdy Brook Road, South Kortright, United States

Game of Logging (GOL) is widely acknowledged as the premier chainsaw safety and productivity training program in the country, offering hands-on chainsaw safety training in a competitive environment. Top instructors across the country combine demonstration with participation to teach chainsaw safety, productivity, conservation, and cutting techniques. This is a LEVELContinue Reading


Wilderness and the Human Role

Olive Free Library 4033 NY-28A, West Shokan, NY, United States

The concept of "wilderness" has changed throughout history, and can influence the way we relate to the natural world. Zane Lawyer, CFA Education Arborist, will give a talk on the evolving meaning of wilderness and its significance for the future of the Catskill region. Following the presentation, a wide-ranging openContinue Reading

Tree Identification Walk

SUNY Delhi Outdoor Education Center 19692 NY-28, Delhi, NY, United States

Tree identification is an essential and rewarding skill, especially for those of us who hike, hunt, or own land in the Catskill Mountains. Take a walk with CFA's Ryan Trapani to identify local Catskill Mountain trees using features like buds, bark, leaves, twigs, needles, and cones! In addition to identification,Continue Reading


Copyright © 1982-2024 Catskill Forest Association, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Website maintained by Catskill Analytics, LLC

No products in the cart.