The feature article in the 3rd Quarter “Overstory” is about how to increase revenue by planting high level of pine genetics. The article under “Delta Hardwoods” gives viable (and perhaps better) alternative species to sawtooth oak when the objective is … Continue reading
In this short course, learn about the importance of regeneration, benefits of thinning, how to save on timber taxes, and how to enhance wildlife habitat. CFE, and CLE credits are offered. For all the details, check out the brochure and … Continue reading
The first BioBlitz was in Jackson, MS, and was a big success – over 100 people spent the day counting species of birds, insects, plants, trees, mammal tracks, etc. This helps to measure the biodiversity of a given area. It’s … Continue reading
The purpose of this field day is to show the research progress of the regional partnership on biofuels production centered in the Southeast. Get full details and driving directions on the flyer at this LINK.
This introductory course enables the landowner to more fully realize the benefits of forest ownership. Extension Forestry will cover topics such as timber marketing, best management practices, forest health, prescribed burning, thinning, and taxation. Check out the brochure at this … Continue reading
A workshop for private non-industrial forest landowners, loggers, and foresters. This class provides a field experience to determine when a pine stand is ready for a thinning. You will learn “hands-on” how to measure trees and make calculations to evaluate … Continue reading
Check out comprehensive information on this impressive event at the website from this LINK.
An “introductory” short course, including topics such as management planning,marketing timber, hardwood log grading, taxation, financial considerations, and thinning. Further information and regisgeration slip at this LINK.