Stories by Dave Schott

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Dave Schott has been employed with the SWCD since March of 1998 and is currently the Technician and Forest/Wildlife Specialist for the Monroe SWCD in Woodsfield, Ohio.

Foresters can offer sound advice on timber sales

Thursday, January 2, 2014

WOODSFIELD, Ohio — A few months ago I wrote an article about timber sale contracts. Since then I have had a few people call and stop me on the street and say how much they enjoyed the article and how it helped them to prepare for future timber sales on their property, or they wished […]

Timber contracts: Remember to get the terms in writing

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Timber sale contracts back in my grandfather and great grandfathers days consisted of a good ole firm hand shake and working together with the landowner to make a good timber harvest. Times have changed In this busy world we live in now with modern technology and everyone going in nine different directions to make ends […]

Foresters can offer sound advice on timber sales

Tuesday, January 1, 2013

An explanation of the different types of foresters available.

Time to check for damage and search for trappers to deal with fur bearers

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Ohio fur trapping season is around the corner. The season begins Nov. 10 and runs until Jan. 31, 2013, except for otters and beavers — that season starts Dec. 26 and ends Feb. 28. Now is the time to get out and scout for damage from those pesky little fur bearers. If you’re a farmer […]

Planning saves soil during timbering

Thursday, March 24, 2011

If you sold timber and the company’s poor management practices led to soil erosion and stream sedimentation, you’d probably have some choice words for the person responsible. However, you’d be talking to yourself. When woodland owners sell timber, their legal responsibility for preventing water pollution doesn’t automatically pass to the logger harvesting the trees. Under […]

Fencing ideal for averting garden pests

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Fences. They not only make good neighbors, but they also make excellent protectors for your garden or small crop that is less than one acre in size. They work to protect your crop from those pesky vermin like deer, rabbits, groundhogs, raccoons and even your neighbor’s goats. There are many types of fences to choose […]

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