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1. Why was the Conservancy established?
2. Who runs the Willowsford Conservancy?
3. How is the Conservancy funded?
4. Are Conservancy lands and activities open to people outside of the community?
5. Are motorized vehicles, such as dirt bikes and four-wheelers, allowed on Willowsford trails?
6. How and when is new land added to the Conservancy's stewardship?
7. Are there environmentally-friendly efforts that Willowsford can use to reduce ticks?
8. Are there bears on Willowsford trails?
9. Is hunting allowed on Conservancy land?
10. Should I keep bird feeders up throughout the winter?
11. Why does Willowsford install nesting boxes and monitor bluebirds?
12. How to prevent tick-borne diseases when camping and hiking?
13. What do I do if I come across a snapping turtle?
14. What’s the value of leaving dead trees standing in the woods?
15. How Can I Safely Build a Campfire While Camping?
16. How to stay safe with coyotes outdoors and at home?
17. The Willowsford Design Guidelines list invasive plants as “prohibited plants.” Why should invasives be avoided?
18. Can I put a bluebird nestbox in my backyard?
19. How to prevent tick-borne diseases when camping and hiking?
20. What do I do if I come across a snapping turtle?
21. What’s the value of leaving dead trees standing in the woods?
22. How Can I Safely Build a Campfire While Camping?
23. How to stay safe with coyotes outdoors and at home?
24. The Willowsford Design Guidelines list invasive plants as “prohibited plants.” Why should invasives be avoided?
25. What is Emerald Ash Borer and how does it affect trees at Willowsford?
26. How to identify poison ivy?
27. How to reserve a campsite at Willowsford?
28. Who takes care of trees and branches that fall on residents’ property?
29. How can I volunteer with Willowsford Conservancy?