Dear Gran: What would you like to know about managing land?Sep 13, 2019
You could spend from now until forever researching, reading, and practicing new skills and tactics for healthy land management.
One of the best ways to do this is by joining organizations, associations, and various groups that share in your interests. The American Tree Farm System, Georgia Forestry Association, Forest Farmer, and the Longleaf Alliance are just to name a few. Information and technical assistance can be gathered through many resources like the USDA, Cooperative Extension, Universities, the Society of American Foresters, local Registered Foresters, and neighboring landowners. These conduits can provide meaningful material and act as inspiration for your own land practices. Don’t be afraid to reach out to any source you come across. I have found that everyone and anyone is willing to offer help to an interested party even if it is just via email, or as simple as sharing contact information. Forest management is a science and a passion that most folks want to share.
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Whether you plan to inherit land, have recently inherited, or perhaps you're just now ready to get involved, I have a secret to help you make the right decisions no matter your experience, acreage, or location.
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