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Cooperative Extension: Forestry & Wildlife Resources

Women Owning Woodlands

Women Owning Woodlands (WOW) uses women-focused programming to educate women and others in the stewardship of the land by connecting them to resources and trusted professionals. Are you someone who owns, cares for, or is interested in learning more about woodlands? Join us for this webinar series, which will highlight sustainable forestry, forest health, and the management of non-timber resources. All are welcome to participate.

Ms. Gail Burris

Ms. Carolyn Brown

Ms. Yvonne Knight-Carter

Management Plans

Prescribed Fire

Conducting a Timber Sale

Using a Consulting Forester on Your Land

Cost Share Assistance Programs for Forestry Practices

The Cycle of a Pine Forest

Selecting Pine Seedling Genetics

Emerald Ash Borer

Importance of Monitoring Forest Health

Knowing Your Property Boundaries and Protecting Your Property

Managing Your Land for Wildlife

Managing Your Land for Pine Straw

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