Do you know how management differs between artificial versus natural regeneration? Have you wondered how forests can be a renewable resource? If you would like to learn more about sustainable forestry and forest regeneration, come to our upcoming course! Download the flyer at this LINK for details and registration information.
If you are interested in looking for ways to collect additional revenue from your forested land, then this Short Course is for you. You will learn about sources from pine straw production, to firewood/specialty woods/craft markets, and recreational leases for hunting & fishing . Check out the brochure at this LINK for the details and registration form.
If you feel a need/desire to add a little useful technology to managing your forestland, this workshop is a good way to get started. Check out the details at this LINK to the brochure.
Drs. James Henderson and Stephen Dicke will be the speakers. Click HERE for brochure & Details.
This short course covers a diverse range of forest topics, including the importance of having a management plan, pine and hardwood regeneration and management, forestry economics, taxes, and forest health. An excellent first step for the forest landowner. For details and registration form, click on this LINK to view the brochure.
Want to learn more about navigating and mapping – or just find out what GPS is about? Check out the short & fun workshop in Pittsboro, MS. Click on this LINK to view the flyer and registration slip.
This course is designed to offer offset strategies when timber markets are down. Topics covered will include: planting strategies, natural regeneration, and managing for specialty products, as well as mixed-species management. For more information check out the brochure at this LINK.
Come learn how to enhance the wildlife habitat on your forested land – whether just for your own pleasure, or if you are thinking of leasing for hunting activities. For specifics, check out the flyer at this LINK.
Learn alternative ways to earn money from your forested land even when timber markets are down!! Food for thought! Check out more information at this LINK.
A short course designed to be Upland Hardwoods 101, with additional courses to follow that examine other aspects of upland hardwood management. This course will put you in on the ground floor – or for professional foresters, a good refresher. Click on this LINK for the brochure and registration slip.