Forest management seminar scheduled

Branching OutBranching Out, Texas Forestry Association’s Texas Forest Landowners Council seminar, is set for Friday, August 10, in Lufkin. The agenda includes topics that go beyond the normal scope of forest management and will include Pond Management, Soil Erosion, and the Effects Various Land Management Practices and Soil Health have on Water Quality, Growing Natives for Fruit Production, and Agroforestry in East Texas.

Each topic will be covered by qualified experts in the field, and opportunities for continuing education credits will be available.

Landowners, foresters, land managers are encouraged to attend as well as anyone interested in learning more about management practices.

Texas Forestry AssociationThe seminar is scheduled from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Texas Forestry Association offices at 1903 Atkinson Drive in Lufkin. A fee of $20 covers lunch, and preregistration is required by either going online or by mail.





Contact Bird & Crawford Forestry for more information on how we can help you set and reach your land management goals.


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