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Deciduous trees are trees that lose their leaves during the cold or dry season, depending on the climate, and remain bare until they grow new leaves each spring. Deciduous trees are often collectively referred to as hardwoods.

Education & Organizations

Tuesday, 07 July 2009 15:37
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Locally, Wagner employees look forward to engaging students and teachers in educational programs and to participating in uniquely New England events such as the Blackfly Breakfast (sponsored by the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension Service.)

Whether in the classroom or in the field, introducing students to our natural world or conducting teacher tours for Project Learning Tree (sponsored by the Maine TREE Foundation), we love to share the wonders of our forest ecosystems and enhance understanding of responsible environmental practices.

On a regional, national and international level, Wagner supports the following organizations that focus on forestry, conservation, education and humanitarian activities.

  • Maine Forest Products Council (MFPC)
  • New Hampshire Timberland Owners Association (NHTOA)
  • Empire State Forest Products Association (ESFPA)
  • Forest Resources Association (FRA)
  • New England Regional Council on Forest Engineering (NERCOFE)
  • National Alliance of Forest Owners
  • Forest Society of Maine
  • New England Forestry Foundation
  • Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests
  • Maine TREE Foundation – Project Learning Tree
  • Center for Woodland Education (Northern Woodlands)
  • Society of American Foresters
  • Habitat for Humanity
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 28 July 2009 20:13 )