Lillington, N.C. – Join other woodland landowners throughout the region to learn about how you can take better care of your woodlands. This is a regional Extension course being offered in 4 sessions. The four sessions are webinars hosted at 126 Alexander Drive, Lillington on Thursdays from 7-8:30 PM from February 6, 2020 to February 27, 2020.
February 6, 2020: 7-8:30 PM. Woodland Management: What is Right for You and Your Woodland? Managing your woodlands to grow healthy forests and produce revenue depends on making the right choices for your location. This session will help woodland owners to understand how stand dynamics and market considerations are used in the application of management.
February 13, 2020: 7-8:30 PM. Understanding the Financial Aspects of Woodland Management. This session provides an overview of financial factors that affect your woodland management such as when to re-plant, when to thin, when to harvest, when to use cost-share programs and more.
February 20, 2020: 7-8:30 PM. More than Timber: Income Opportunities from Non-timber Forest Products. There are ranges of possibilities to generate income from your woodlands that depend on your location, forest type and more, that are compatible with timber management too. In this session, learn more about the opportunities to generate income from your woodlands.
February 27, 2020: 7-8:30 PM. Launching your Woodland Legacy: Intact, In Forest and In Family Ownership. Most woodland owners cite legacy as one of their main reasons for owning land, and a large majority express concern over their ability to keep the land intact. This session is designed to help you find the best way to pass this legacy intact to your heirs.
Contact Selena McKoy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 910-893-7530 to register.
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