Class act at Kemp: Training citizen ambassadors of forest stewardship

Worth a read: In an article in last week’s Isthmus, writer Bill Lueders described being part of a 4-day class at the Kemp Natural Resources Program, in which CALS Extension wildlife specialists trained woodland owners to be part of the Wisconsin Coverts Program. As he explains, the program “is geared toward the ordinary citizens who own more than half of the state’s 16 million acres of woodland.”