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Dang it--who chewed my tree?? Controlling animal damage
You love your trees. You plant them intending to grow them for years, and somewhere in there, something eats it, or rubs it, or chews it. Who are these culprits? What are they doing? And what can we do about it? Ken Bevis will discuss common animal damage situations and some of the remedies available to small forest landowners in this webinar.

Instructor: Ken Bevis, WA DNR

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These programs are made possible in part by funding from Washington State University, King Conservation District, King County, Island County, San Juan County, San Juan Islands Conservation District, Skagit County, and Snohomish Conservation District.

Extension programs and employment are available to all without discrimination. Evidence of noncompliance may be reported through your local Extension office. Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication or program information or reasonable accommodation need to contact Brendan Whyte, WSU Extension Forestry, at brendan.whyte@wsu.edu or 425-357-6023 at least two weeks in advance.

Jun 8, 2020 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Ken Bevis
Landowner Assistance Biologist @Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR)
Ken Bevis is the Landowner Assistance Biologist for the Washington Department of Natural Resources’ (DNR) Small Forest Landowner office. Ken has a BS in Forestry and Wildlife from Virginia Tech (1979), and an MS in Biology from Central Washington University (1994). He has worked for the WA Department of Fish and Wildlife, the US Forest Service, the Yakama Indian Nation and now the Washington Department of Natural Resources. He writes regularly for the WSU Forest Stewardship Notes and loves meeting small forest landowners. Snags and logs fascinate him, and he works daily on his singing and quirky sense of humor. Contact info: Ken.Bevis@dnr.wa.gov, 360-489-4802.