Forestry Trainings

Forest Management Workshop to Benefit Birds

Join our free workshop on May 31, 2017 in Newland, NC and learn about planning forest management with birds in mind.

Mark your calendars for a comprehensive workshop for foresters who wish to learn more about planning forest management with birds in mind.

Cost-share opportunities will be presented to help facilitate these techniques on private lands. Please see the agenda below for details. Feel free to widely distribute and post this information. This is a workshop you won’t want to miss!

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Details

When: May 31, 2017

What: Foresters for the Birds- Helping Birds and Landowners through the Forest Landbird Legacy Program

  • Learn how small changes can make a big difference for birds in North Carolina's forests
  • Discover how to write birds into your forest management plans
  • Find out how to apply for funding to make those changes on qualifying private land

Where: NCFS Mountain Training Facility, 6065 Linville Falls Highway, Newland, NC 28657

(This is a one-day workshop but should you be interested, lodging is available on site by calling NCFS facility supervisor Chasity Webb at 828-733-4242).

Registration is free.

Register here to hold your spot!

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