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 … Continue reading
This short course should be another “must” on your list to attend. It will cover both mechanical and chemical site preparation for bottomland hardwoods; natural and artificial regeneration; mixed species considerations for plantings and well as wildlife considerations. It will … Continue reading
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 & … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
To check the latest trends and movements across the State for the last quarter of 2016, click on this LINK.
NOT a surprise for the December Issue; the feature article is Christmas trees of Mississippi by John Kushla! Other articles include: Mississippi forest biomass best management practices guidelines by Randy Rousseau Reintroducing mixed-stand management to Mississippi by John Willis Mississippi … Continue reading
This short course is set up in 2-hour increments (6 – 8 p.m.) over a 5-week period. It covers all aspects of timberland ownership, and is particularly suited to new landowners or those considering investing in land and timber. For … Continue reading
This 2nd Thinning workshop covers many “why(s) of thinning as a management tool in pine plantations. Among them, a 2nd thinning provides income to the landowner while at the same time increasing the growth rate of the remaining stems, and … Continue reading