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.
I have posted about a problem with some of the “links” on the blog before, but I believe it probably needs repeating. If the LINK is not highlighted where you are reading, you will need to bring the post up by clicking on it in the column on the right under “recent posts”.
I do not know why this occurs – my apologies
MSU Forestry Extension is beginning a series of three-minute videos designed to be both quick and informative. We are initially beginning them on articles in our newsletter “The Overstory” with links from there. You may also find links from here as well as Forestry Extension Facebook page, youtube, and MSU Extension videos under Forestry. Here are the first two – check them out!
Pine Needles – Why They Turn Brown in Autumn – by Butch Bailey – Click on this LINK.
Delta Hardwoods: So What’s Going On with Nuttall Oaks? – by Brady Self – Click on this LINK.
Check out what happened with prices and trends in Mississippi during the 1st Quarter of 2017 – click on this LINK.
In this issue are articles on Spring Blooming Trees in Mississippi; The White Fringe Tree and Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), and Delta Hardwoods: Inspecting Your New Plantation – as well as the 1st Quarter 2017 Mississippi Timber Price Report. Check it out at this LINK.
If you own or manage ash trees, you should most definitely be interested in attending this course. The Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) is an invasive insect that targets ash trees, and now surrounds Mississippi. You will learn about detection & risk; alternative species and regeneration options; strategies before and after EAB; and the market outlook for ash timber. For more details and registration form, click on this LINK.
This short course is for both forestry professionals and forest landowners and is packed with a lot of practical, usable information on multiple use management, managing CRP plantations and complying with regulations, thinning, herbicides, and timber stand improvement. Always a great course. Click on this LINK for details and registration form.
Got a “hankering” to spend a few hours in the outdoors picking up some good forestry info before Mississippi gets HOT? Then sign up for this Spring tour; learn about logging and wild hog control – some of the latest trapping techniques and equipment along with a pine genetics plot tour. Clink on this LINK and take a look at the flyer for details.