Understanding Watershed Forestry Management program

February 25, 2024 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Quabbin Visitors Center
485 Ware Road
Division of Water Supply Management

Have you ever wondered why trees are harvested on protected watershed land and why recently harvested areas look the way they do?  Are you curious how active management of a forest can increase diversity and maintain forest health?  

DCR’s Division of Water Supply Management will hold an Understanding Watershed Forestry Management program on Sunday, February 25th from 2 to 3 pm at the Quabbin Visitors Center in Belchertown.  The program will be both in-person and online.

At this program, a DCR-DWSP forester will explain the benefits of a managed forest and the objectives and conditions that dictate when, where, and how trees are harvested. 


To take part in this program, register at Sunday February 25, 2-3pm Understanding Watershed Forestry Management  


This presentation will be offered in-person and over Zoom.  To register, follow the link in each program description and chose to attend in-person or to receive the Zoom link.  

In-person seating will be limited to 45 people.