IF&W biologists and a forester will answer any questions from the public after a brief presentation.
This timber harvest will increase the amount of young forest on the upland perimeter of the marsh and diversify wildlife habitat.
A site walk is scheduled for Friday, Sept. 30, at 9 a.m. at the Gervais property on Manson Libby Road to view a young forest demonstration site at this property and walk areas to be harvested this winter. Following the walk at the Gervais section of marsh, all interested parties are encouraged to attend a second trip to Scarborough Land Trust’s Libby River Farm near Camp Ketcha on Black Point Road to visit a recent young forest cut from 2013.
Please carpool if possible as parking is limited at the Gervais barn and Libby River Farm.