August 2014
Master Forest Owner Volunteer Program Training
1:00 AM - 1:00 AM

Wednesday, September 24 – Saturday, September 27, 2014

Cornell University’s Arnot Teaching and Research Forest

Van Etten, NY (south of Ithaca in Schuyler County) 

Woodlot owners need other woodlot owners. Cornell Cooperative Extension is looking for a few good

forest owner volunteers to meet and work with their neighbors. The NY Master Forest Owner Program is

entering its 23rd  year and is looking to fill up its new volunteer training workshop. Volunteers who

complete the 4?day workshop will join the corps of 199 certified volunteers across the state. 

Sept. 24 – 27, 2014 at Cornell University's Arnot Teaching and Research Forest, VanEtten, NY (south of Ithaca

in Schuyler Co.) 

Applications due by Aug. 29, 2014 

The workshop combines classroom and outdoor field experiences on a wide variety of subjects including; tree identification,

finding boundaries, forest ecology, wildlife and sawtimber management, communication techniques,

and a visit to a nearby sawmill.

 

The goal of the MFO Program is to provide private forest owners with the information and

encouragement necessary to manage their forests to enhance ownership satisfaction. MFOs do not

perform management activities nor give professional advice. Rather, they meet with other forest

owners to listen to their concerns and questions, and offer advice as to sources of assistance based on

their training and personal experience.

 Fee:  $125 fee that helps defray lodging, publications, food, and equipment costs of the 4?day training.  Volunteers can commute daily, or free accommodations are available. 

Registration and Information and an application are available at: www.cornellmfo.info or an information packet and application form can be mailed to you. Please send your name and address to: Diana Bryant, 214 Fernow Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853, Phone: 607?255?2115, FAX: 607?255?0349, E?mail: dlt5@cornell.edu 

Sponsors:

New York Forest Owners Association, NYS?DEC Lands & Forests, The Robert H. Wentorf, Jr. Foundation, USDA?NIFA Renewable Resources

Extension Program, Cornell Cooperative Extension.

Red Cross Volunteers Needed
1:00 AM - 1:00 AM

To sign up for any of the following volunteer opportunities, please contact the American Red Cross in the Finger Lakes at 315-568-9436.

*Meals on Wheels Delivery Drivers in Northern Seneca County. Must be friendly, trustworthy, able to walk up and down stairs, and able to drive or ride in a vehicle for one-two hours making frequent stops to deliver meals to clients. 

*Disaster Responders for Ontario, Seneca and Yates Counties.  Must demonstrate commitment to the mission of the Red Cross, work with other team members to meet the immediate emergency needs of individuals and families affected by a disaster. and be 18 years of age or older.

*Receptionist in the Finger Lakes Chapter office in Seneca Falls.  Must be friendly, trustworthy and have strong communication skills. Duties include greeting visitors, answering multi-line phone system, taking accurate messages and assisting with special projects as needed.

*Blood Drive Volunteers in Ontario, Seneca and Yates Counties. Duties include registering donors, serving refreshments, monitoring donors after donation process is completed, and signing individuals up for their next donation.

For more information:
Marsha VanDusen
(315) 568-9436
Fish Fry
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM

First Love Church

Fish fry dinners....  Every Friday

comes with fries, coleslaw, drink and a dessert all for $12.00

call ahead and we'll have it ready for you.

315-759-5454

Thank You

 

For more information:
Kathy
(315) 398-8832
Seneca Community Players Present "Company"
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM