The program offers 20 sessions on topics that also include farm uses of wood, the right way to plant a tree, identifying Ohio's tree species and "Weird Things in Your Woods.” Participants in the workshop will qualify for six hours of continuing education credit under the Ohio Forest Tax Law program. Registration is $55 per person and includes lunch and materials. The registration deadline is May 13. Links to the session and speaker list and to online registration are at http://go.osu.edu/UqP
. For more information, call 614-688-3421 or email email@example.com
. Event location is Founder's Auditorium in Ovalwood Hall on the Mansfield campus, 1760 University Drive.