Below is a list of educational short programs (1 hour each) sponsored by the Mississippi Forestry Commission and USDA Forest Service as part of the Western Gulf Longleaf Restoration Project. Click on the word “flyer” at the end of each listing for link to additional information.
August 4 Decatur Wildlife Habitat 101 (Flyer)
August 7 Vancleave Comeback of Longleaf Pine (Flyer)
August 11 Waynesboro Wildlife Habitat 101 (Flyer)
August 12 Centreville Ethics for Foresters (Flyer)
August 12 Centreville Longleaf Pine Comeback (Flyer)
August 12 Richton Wildlife Habitat 101 (Flyer)
August 28 Bay Springs Forest Herbicides (Flyer)
September 2 Mendenhall Wildlife Habitat 101 (Flyer)
September 11 Bude Wildlife Habitat 101 (Flyer)
September 18 Gulfport Wildlife Habitat 101 (Flyer)
The first step in being able to effectively manage your forestland is knowing what you have, and the first step in knowing what you have is being able to identify the tree species on your property. If this is the kind of challenge that flips your switch, then join us in Vicksburg, on September 25th for a one-day workshop and learn how to identify the common species in MS. Follow this LINK to the brochure for details!
Want to be able to identify the trees you see everyday in and around the area you live in ? Sign up and join us for this one day workshop in Enid, Mississippi at the North Mississippi Fish Hatchery and Visitors Education Center, 457 CR 36. Follow this LINK to check out the brochure.
Check out the recent ups, downs, and changes, as well as the long term trend direction of the pine and hardwood timber markets in Mississippi. The 2nd quarter of the MS Timber Price Report is available at this LINK