Day 83 | March 24, 2014


Pulpwood from South Carolina Woodlands going to Market. 1961 Extension Annual Report

Taking Pulpwood to Market

The South Carolina Tree Farm Committee was formed in 1946 with two cosponsors, the South Carolina Forestry Commission and Clemson College Extension Service, now known as Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service. In 1985 a third cosponsor joined in supporting the Committee, the South Carolina Forestry Association.

The overall mission of the Tree Farm Program is good forestry practices on more acres to provide a healthy environment with clean air and clean water, recreational opportunities, effective wildlife management, the protection of special places, and a sustainable supply of forest products. For more information visit the South Carolina Tree Farm System website.


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