Trees are some of our most important natural resources. This class will be held on a working tree farm and participants will be traveling on foot over hilly and sometimes unstable terrain. Closed toed shoes and appropriate seasonal attire are required. During this walk, Bob Glennon, forester and consultant with the Natural Resources Conservation Service, will lead the group in identifying native trees. A copy of the Common Native of Virginia- Tree Identification Guide is included in the class fee. Payment is due at the time of registration. Register on this website, or register and pay with cash or check at the Greensville/Emporia extension office, located at 105 Oak Street in Emporia no later than September 14, 2020.
Additional program information will be emailed to you after we receive your registration confirmation.
In the event of rain, the workshop will be rescheduled for September 18, 2020.
¨Wearing face coverings will be required when 6’ social distancing requirements cannot be met outdoors. Please bring a well-fitting face cover with you.
¨Hand sanitizer and a hand washing station will be provided and a limited number of disposable masks will be available if you are unable to acquire one.
¨If gathering restrictions are tightened, the format of this program will be altered. Registered participants will be notified of program changes.
¨Please bring adequate water for drinking and any dietary items you might require. We are not able to provide these items at this time.
No refunds after September 7, 2020.
$50 Returned Check Fee