Audubon North Carolina will be hosting its 3rd Foresters for the Birds workshop. Foresters for the Birds pairs silviculture - the art and science of forest management - with the habitat needs of migratory forest songbirds to keep common birds common and forests as forests. Join us for a free, all-day workshop for foresters, forest land owners, birders, and conservation professionals to explore this innovative approach to silviculture with birds in mind. More info can be found
The Natural Shift: Longleaf Conversion Over Time Ready to move your forest back to its true nature? Converting to longleaf pine is a natural decision that takes planning and intention. Many existing forest stands in eastern North Carolina are located in prime longleaf pine habitats. Natural fire exclusion, old field succession, and market forces have all contributed to the dominance of intensively managed, or naturally regenerated, stands of loblolly pine in the region. This
North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission will be offering a Green Growth Toolbox Workshop hosted by the Brunswick County Planning Department and Brunswick Community College.
When: April 27, 2018 from 9:00 am to 4 pm
Where: The Leland Center of Brunswick Community College, 2045 Enterprise Dr. NE, Leland, NC 28451, (910) 755-7300
Please bring a laptop or tablet if possible for the conservation GIS data training and to explore the websites.
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