This workshop is sponsored by the Southern Christmas Tree Association and Mississippi State Forestry Extension. It reviews the basic skills, tools, and knowledge growers will need to produce high quality Christmas trees. For brochure, registration slip with more information click … Continue reading
Short Course: Some of the various alternative sources of income from your forest land include; agroforestry, pine straw production, Christmas tree production, hunting/fishing/other recreational leases; crafts markets and specialty woods, firewood… and more. Some important things to consider for many … Continue reading
Workshop: Only half a day, and you can learn about how to use prescribed burning, thinning, and other management techniques to improve habitat and increase the food sources for wildlife, and grow better timber at the same time. Click on … Continue reading
Some good reading in this quarter’s newsletter at this LINK.
Check the prices and trends over the third quarter in 2016 at this LINK.
Streamside Management Zones: what are they, why are they important, and how do they work to curb non-point source pollution of our streams & rivers. Publication number P2233, or click on this LINK
Tree Felling with a chain saw: basic safety, what to wear, what is kickback, and the mechanics of “how” are covered in this publication. Publication number P2250 – follow this LINK to to the article.
This publication covers all of the different types of mechanical site preparation used in getting an area ready to plant, or replant after a harvest. Publication Number 3006 – take a look at this LINK
This workshop is for forest landowners who want to learn the basics of wildlife habitat management – and a BIG bonus – the latest in wild hog control techniques. Click on this LINK for the brochure and registration form.
NOTE: November 18th is the correct date for the Starkville event!