“Are you interested in learning about longleaf pine and forest management techniques relevant to South Georgia and North Florida? Are you curious about cost-share and funding opportunities for longleaf pine on private lands? Do you need help with invasive species management on your property?” The two free workshop and field opportunities can help you find answers to these and other questions if you are a land manager or owner in Georgia and Florida.
The Southern Fire Exchange invites you to join along with the Okefenokee / Osceola Local Longleaf Pine Restoration Implementation Team and partners for one of two FREE workshop and field tours on Tuesday, April 21st and Thursday, April 23rd. According to their website, “The workshop will consist of class training and an opportunity for questions and answers. Lunch will be provided on site. After lunch, participants will depart for the field tours. The field tours will visit several exciting longleaf pine restoration and management areas on public and private lands. At each tour stop, managers will facilitate discussions about the objectives, methods, and lessons from each project area.”
According to the website space is limited so register soon. Registration ends April 14th and they do require that you have registered in advance to attend.
Georgia Workshop Registration Link:
(Folkston, Tues., April 21, 2015)
Florida Workshop Registration Link:
(Lake City, Thurs., April 23, 2015)