Afternoon with ATREP

This is a registration form for joining Afternoon with ATREP (Assisted Tree Range Expansion Project), an opportunity for interested landowners to share their experiences with planting ATREP trees both with each other and with folks at the conservation district. We created this space for you all to update us on if your trees are still alive, how they've grown in the last few years, your strategies for protecting them from deer, and any other bits of information you'd like to share.

Treat this afternoon like a college professor's 'office hours' - we will share some updates but not a full presentation, and you do not need to stay for the full duration. Simply join/leave at your convenience after sharing your thoughts with us.

The Zoom link to join the event is:

This link will also be delivered via email upon completing this registration form and closer to the date of the event. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please reach out to the District Forester Ellie Johnson by email ( or phone call/text (231-866-0103). As a reminder, the website linked for this project is
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Email *
What is your full name (first and last)? *
What county do you live in? *
What year(s) did you you purchase ATREP trees?
Which ATREP species did you purchase? (i.e., swamp white oak, black gum, sycamore, sassafras, shagbark hickory, tulip tree, common hackberry)
How did you tag your trees for identification/data collection?
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How did you protect your trees from wildlife herbivory?
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What's the environment like where you planted your trees?
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Have you previously submitted data/updates on the status of your trees?
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Are you aware of any mature trees of ATREP species in the region? If so, please share their location and any details - this will help us with seed collection efforts!
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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