$25.00 USD

Cancellation Policy: 

In the event the workshop is cancelled due to unforeseen events, such as natural disasters or pandemic shut-downs, or host family emergencies, a full refund will be granted.

If you are no longer able to attend the workshop after ticket purchase: a full refund will be granted up to 5 days prior to the workshop; within 4 days to the day of workshop a 50% refund will be provided. If there is no notification of cancellation or of not being able to attend, no refund will be provided.

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Harvesting 101 Workshop - In-Person Registration


About This Event

Land & Ladies' The Woman Landowner Workshops: Reforestation is part of a 3 part workshop series covering all the aspects of forest management women should know when owning land. Land & Ladies workshops are unique where women attendees are taught by women professionals!

Date: Thu, January 27, 2022
 8:30AM - 4:00pm EST
Columbus, GA

In-person tickets include entry, workshop supplies and lunch.

"Harvesting Basics" Agenda:

8:30 Registration and Refreshments

9:00 Welcome and Introductions

9:20 Markets & Products – Jenny Brown, Brown & Brown Forestry Consulting

10:00 Forestry Taxes – Yanshu Li, Warnell School of Forestry & Natural Resources

11:00 BREAK

11:15 Survey Activity – Jacqueline Miner, Warnell School of Forestry & Natural Resources

12:00 LUNCH

12:30 Field Tour: “Prep for Harvests” (Dixon Memorial Forest) – Danielle Atkins, Land & Ladies

2:30 Consultant Round Table

3:30 Concluding Testimonies

4:00 Adjourn

Late Registration:

If you register the day of event, or within 3 days of the event, there is no guarantee supplies will be available at workshop.

Covid-19 Precautions:

A liability waiver will be sign upon registration on the day-of event stating you understand the possible risks associated with COVID-19 exposure. All precautions will be taken at the venue including sanitizing tables and chairs, providing hand sanitizer at the registration table and having masks available for use. Seating will be adequately spaced out as well. Depending on the guidelines from the CDC, UGA, or any other relevant organization at the time of conducting workshop, alternative precautions (e.g., outdoor sitting with adequate spacing, rotations between lectures and field visits, etc.) will be explored. If you fall within the category of "higher risk for severe illness," then please consider your decision to attend the workshop for personal and public safety. If you have any comments, concerns or special needs to be addressed for feel to email [email protected].