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  • Last Update: 09/18/2017
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> September 2017

September Multiple Dates...Multiple Counties.
Game Check Seminars will be happening across the state. Since game checks are mandatory once again, the Game Check Seminars happening statewide can give you the information you need to be in compliance. Times, dates, and locations have been known to change so verify information before attending. For more information call the Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries at (334) 242-3465.

September 5...Jackson
September 7...Butler
September 11...Tuscaloosa
September 12...Cullman
September 14...Enterprise
September 16...Phil Campbell
September 19...Spanish Fort
September 25...Lineville
September 26...Eufaula
September 28...Millbrook
September 30...Huntsville (no flyer at this moment, 8/18)

September 19...Covington, Georgia.
Women in the Outdoors at Georgia FFA Center, 720 FFA-FHA Camp Road. Women in the Outdoors events are designed just for women using expert instructors. Fee: $TBD. Contact Dee Lowrey at (678) 936-4314 or dee_lowrey@yahoo.com.

September 19-20...Corinth, Mississippi.
Upland Hardwoods Management and Regeneration Short Course at Alcorn County Extension Office, 2200 Levee Road. Topics include: Decision Model, Species/Site Relationships, Approach to Degraded Stands, Regeneration Systems, Wildlife Components, and more. Fee: $40; $70/couple. Lunch included. Call Patrick Poindexter at (662) 286-7755.

September 21...Runnelstown, Mississippi 5:30 - 8:30 PM.
Small Forest Landowner Workshop at the Catfish Wagon Restaurant, 9129 Hwy 42 W. Dinner included. Contact Brittany Odum at (601) 964-3668 or b.odum@msstate.edu.

September 21...Jefferson County 6 - 7:30 PM.
U.S. Senate Special Election Republican Runoff Candidate Forum at the Wright Center, Samford University. Roy Moore and Luther Strange will participate in the forum which is an opportunity to educate the electorate on the issues affecting Alabama voters and increase public understanding of the democratic process. Reserve your free tickets at AlabamaPolicy.org/Forum

September 21...Jefferson County 6 PM.
Wild Game Cook-Off at the Birmingham Zoo, 2630 Cahaba Road, Birmingham. Attend the cook-off and enjoy live music, door prizes, youth activities, and sample wild game recipes. Fee: $50; $10 discount if paid in advance. Youth 15 and under free. Call the Alabama Wildlife Federation at 1-800-822-9453.

September 22...Macon County 7:30 AM - 5 PM.
Agroforestry Practices at 102 Mary Starke Harper Hall & the Agroforestry Research and Demonstration Site, Tuskegee University. Topics include: Silvopasture, Tree management in agroforestry systems, Agroforestry application, Alley cropping, and Intercropping pecan with moringa. Working breakfast and lunch provided for first 30 registrants. Pre-registration by September 8 required. Contact Dr. Uma Karki at (334) 727-8336 or karkiu@mytu.tuskegee.edu.

September 22...Tuscaloosa County 8 AM - 3 PM.
Alabama Oil and Gas Seminar at Shelton State Community College, Auditorium rooms 2255 and 2257, 9500 Old Greensboro Avenue, Tuscaloosa. Contact Janet Overton at (205) 247-3571 or joverton@ogb.state.al.us.

September 22...Choctaw, Mississippi 8:30 AM - 2 PM.
Second Pine Thinning Workshop will have and outdoor morning session and an indoor afternoon program. Fee: $20; lunch included. Register by September 8. Contact Bert Gilmore at (601) 656-4602 or bert.gilmore@msstate.edu.

September 26...Statewide.
GOP Runoff Special Election for the vacant U.S. Senate seat formerly held by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. The general special election is set for December 12, 2017.

September 26...Atlanta, Georgia 8:30 AM - 4:40 PM ET.
Southeast Mass Timber Symposium at the Georgia Tech Research Institute Conference Center. The symposium is presented by the Georgia Forestry Foundation and Woodworks. Fee: $125. Lunch provided. Contact Jaime Krohn at (312) 841-8272 or jaime@woodworks.org.

September 26...Cleveland, Mississippi 6 PM.
Mid Delta Forest, Woodland, and Wildlife Association Meeting at the Bolivar Extension Office. Topic: Magnolia Records scoring session for white-tailed deer record keeping. Call Bolivar Extension Office at (662) 843-8361.

September 26-27...Bartow, Florida.
Central Florida Agritourism Conference at Polk County Extension Service office, 1702 Hwy 17 S. Fee: $70. Contact Chris Demers at (352) 846-2375 or cdemers@ufl.edu.

September 28...Marengo County 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM.
Herbicides & Natural Resource Management at Rooster Hall, 216 North Walnut Avenue. Topics include: Pesticide safety, Invasive Plant ID, Herbicide application, Herbicide calibration, and more. Fee: $30. Contact Jack Rowe at (334) 295-5959 or wjr0001@aces.edu.

September 28...Tifton, Georgia 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM ET.
Georgia Prescribed Fire Council Annual Meeting at the Tifton Campus Conference Center. Fee: $30. Contact Jessica McCorvey at (229) 734-4706x289 or jessica.mccorvey@jonesctr.org.

September 28...Lauderdale County 9 AM.
Shortleaf Field Tour at Deer Step Tree Farm, 2000 County Road 75 (Strolling Ridge Road), Waterloo. Topics include: Shortleaf Pine Establishment, Prescribed Fire, Wildlife Management, and Growth Rates for Shortleaf. Lunch provided. Pre-register as space is limited. For more information contact Leigh Peters at (334) 481-2134 or lpeters@alaforestry.org.

September 29...Tullahoma, Tennessee 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM.
Fire and Forest Management at the University of Tennessee Space Institute. Presentations in the morning with an afternoon field tour. Fee:$10; lunch included. Must register by September 1. For more information email oakfirescience@gmail.com.

 

> October 2017

October Multiple Dates...Multiple Counties.
Game Check Seminars will be happening across the state. Since game checks are mandatory once again, the Game Check Seminars happening statewide can give you the information you need to be in compliance. Times, dates, and locations have been known to change so verify information before attending. For more information call the Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries at (334) 242-3465.

Ocober 3...Selma
Ocober 5...Auburn
Ocober 9...Alexander City
Ocober 10...Union Springs

October 3...Morgan County 5:30 PM.
Wild Game Cook-Off at Ingalls Harbor, Decatur. Attend the cook-off and enjoy live music, door prizes, youth activities, and sample some wild game recipes. Fee: $35; youth under 15 admitted free. Call the Alabama Wildlife Federation at 1-800-822-9453.

October 3-4...Washington, D.C.
American Tree Farm System Fly-In and Hill Day at the Washington Plaza Hotel. Make sure our elected officials hear your voice, the private forest landowner. For more information email Ryan Martini at rmartini@forestfoundation.org.

October 3-5...Galloway, New Jersey.
Biennial Shortleaf Pine Conference at the Stockton Seaview Hotel. Fee: $175. Contact Alyssa Merka at (865) 974-8345 or amerka@utk.edu.

October 4...Lee County 2 - 3:15 PM.
The Future of Tall: Building a Wood High-Rise in the U.S. at the Telfair B. Peet Theatre, 350 W Samford Avenue, Auburn. Open to the public. For more info call Heather Crozier at (334) 844-2791.

October 5...Athens, Georgia 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM ET.
Timber Income Tax at Flinchum’s Phoenix, Whitehall Forest, 650 Phoenix Drive. Learn strategies on timber-tax issues that will help landowners reduce their timber income taxes. Instructors: Dr. Harry Haney and Dr. Yanshu Li. Fee: $220; $55 discount if paid by September 14. Contact Ingvar Elle at (706) 583-0566 or ielle@warnell.uga.edu.

October 5...Henry County 8 AM.
South Alabama Forestry Field Day at Glenn and Scarlett Riley’s property. Topics include: Gopher Tortoise, Wildlife Management, Feral Hogs, Wiregrass Native American History, and more. Wear outdoor appropriate clothing. Rain or shine. Lunch provided. To register call Henry County Extension at (334) 585-6416.

October 5...Marianna, Florida 9 AM CT.
Landowner Property Tour of Sandhills Farm, Property of David and Cindi Stewart, 357 Pittman Hill Road. Diverse wildlife habitat is their primary goal. Wear appropriate clothing and shoes for outdoors. Fee: $10; lunch included. Call Jackson County Extension at (850) 482-9620.

October 5...Walker County 9 - 10:30 AM.
Forestry Planning Committee Meeting
at 1501 North Airport Road, Jasper. Forest landowners are welcome to attend and participate. Contact Andrew Baril at (205) 388-6893 or ajb0012@aces.edu.

October 6...Teleconference Noon CT.
First Fridays Forestry Update hosted by the American Forest Foundation is a conference call briefing on Washington, D.C. happenings. You’ll have an opportunity to ask questions and share important policy issues happening in your state. Dial-in number: 1-866-299-7945 and Participant code: 2594#

October 6-8...Shelby County.
Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) at Alabama 4-H Center on Lay Lake near Columbiana. Participants choose from over 50 courses such as: backyard wildlife, rock climbing, camp cooking, map and compass, camping, mountain biking, fishing, hunting, canoeing, edible/medicinal plants, and many more. For women 18 years or older. Courses are held rain or shine. Fee $275; includes most meals, lodging, program materials, and instruction. Registration opens for first-timers on August 1. Contact Marisa Futral at 1-800-245-2740 or marisa.futral@dcnr.alabama.gov.

October 9...Chilton County 8 AM - 1 PM.
Chilton Fall Landowner Tour near the junction of Chilton Co. Rd. 45 and Co. Rd. 16. Lat: 32.722, Lat: 86.870 Topics: Intensive pine management for aesthetics, Landowner objectives, Wildlife openings, Hardwoods, Prescribed burning, and Longleaf management. Fee: $15; lunch included. Must register (with payment) by September 29. Call Chilton County Extension Office at (205) 280-6268.

October 10-12...Biloxi, Mississippi.
Mississippi Forestry Association Annual Meeting at the Golden Nugget, 151 Beach Boulevard. Fee: $445. Contact Casey Anderson at (601) 354-4936 or canderson@msforestry.net.

October 10-12...Woodworth, Louisiana.
Longleaf Academy: Understory 201 at Wesley Center, 2350 Methodist Parkway. Fee: $200; lunch included both days. Contact Casey White at (334) 427-1029 or office@longleafalliance.org.

October 11...Mobile County 6 PM.
Wild Game Cook-Off at The Bluegill Restaurant, Mobile Bay Causeway, Mobile. Attend the cook-off and enjoy live music, door prizes, youth activities, and sample some wild game recipes. Fee: $50; youth under 15 free. Call the Alabama Wildlife Federation at 1-800-822-9453.

October 12...Randolph County 8 AM.
Northern Region Forestry Tour and Field Day near 16796 County Road 59, Woodland. For more information email Charlie Wise at charles.wise@forestry.alabama.gov.

October 13...Gainesville, Florida 10 AM - 3 PM ET.
Turpentining in Florida: Past, Present, and Future at Austin Cary Forest Leaning Center, 10625 NE Waldo Road. Fee: $15; lunch included. Contact Chris Demers at (352) 846-2375 or cdemers@ufl.edu.

October 17-19...Athens, Georgia.
Forestry for Non-Foresters Part 1 (Oct 17) at Flinchum’s Phoenix, Whitehall Forest, 650 Phoenix Road. “This course will be especially useful for landowners and those who work with foresters and the forest industry such as forestry agencies, associations, forestry investment firms, real estate investment trusts and banking institutions with forest investments.” Fee: $210; $35 discount if paid by September 26.
Forestry for Non-Foresters Part 2 on October 18-19 is $345; $50 discount if paid by September 26. Contact Ingvar Elle at (706) 583-0566 or ielle@warnell.uga.edu. See the leaders of this course give a teaser presentation at the 2016 AFOA Annual Meeting.

October 19...Gainesville, Florida 9 AM - 3 PM ET.
Forest Plant Identification (ID) at Morningside Nature Center, 3540 East University Avenue. Learn some basic ID skills and put them to work identifying a sample of sandhill, flatwoods, and swamp species in the field. Dress appropriately for walking in the woods. Fee: $10; lunch included. Contact Chris Demers at (352) 846-2375 or cdemers@ufl.edu.

October 19...Dallas County 6 PM.
Wild Game Cook-Off at Historic St. James Hotel, Selma. Attend the cook-off and enjoy live music, door prizes, youth activities, and sample some wild game recipes. Fee: $50; youth under 15 free. Call the Alabama Wildlife Federation at 1-800-822-9453.

October 19-20…Rosemont, Illinois.
Family Governance Forum at the Hyatt Place Chicago, 6810 Mannheim Road, Rosemont, five minutes from Chicago/O’Hare Airport. “This program is designed to support the success of leaders in the family governance system through learning new ideas and experience exchange with other participants.” Fee: $2800. Contact Kristi Daeda at (773) 784-5008 or daeda@thefbcg.com.

October 20...Chiefland, Florida 9 AM ET.
Tree Farm Tour of John and Allison Nash’s Osceola Pines property. Most of the tour will be riding in open trailers with a short walk or two. Wear appropriate outdoor clothing. Pre-registration required. Call Whitney at (850) 222-5646.

October 24...Limestone County.
Progressive Agriculture Safety Day (Kids Only) at 9494 Experimental Loop, Madison. Third grade students. Contact Candie Watson at (256) 301-5301 or candie.watson@bunge.com.

October 24...Autauga County 8 - 12 PM Noon.
Estate Planning Workshop at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 178 E. 4th Street, Prattville. Topics included: Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, and more. Breakfast will be served. Registration is required. For more information email AARP at alaarp@aarp.org.

October 24-25...Wilmington, North Carolina.
Forest inSight Conference at the Holiday Inn Wilmington will cover: Pine timber supply, Trends, Market Opportunity, Tax reform, Forest business risk management, and more. Fee: $170.50. Contact Cara Monfort at 1-800-633-4506 or cmonfort@internationalforest.co.

October 24-26...Knoxville, Tennessee.
Oak Symposium will feature speakers on prescribed fire, silviculture, economic markets, forest health, and more. Fee: $375; $75 discount if paid by October 3. Contact Callie Schweitzer at (256) 603-0969 or cschweitzer@fs.fed.us or email Wayne Clatterbuck at wclatter@utk.edu.

October 24-26....Covington County.
Longleaf Academy: Understory 201 at the Solon Dixon Forestry Education Center, 12130 Dixon Center Road, Andalusia. Fee: $200; lunch included both days. Contact Casey White at (334) 427-1029 or office@longleafalliance.org.

October 25-27....Memphis, Tennessee.
Tennessee Forestry Association Annual Meeting at Downtown Doubletree Hotel, 185 Union Avenue. Fee: $250. Contact Dana Howard at (615) 883-3832 or dhoward@tnforestry.com.

October 26...Coosa County 8:30 AM - 12 Noon.
Central Alabama Forestry Field Day at Bill Dark's Property near Goodwater. Topics include: Pine Management, Forestry Insect ID, Trail Development, and more. Please register by October 20. Lunch provided. Call The Coosa County Forestry Commission at (256) 377-4638.

October 26-27...Lauderdale County.
Alabama Treasure Forest Association Annual Meeting will be held in Florence. The Alabama Natural Resource Council Awards Banquet is a new addition to the meeting this year. Fee: $100; $25 discount for ATFA members. Registration deadline is September 25. Contact William Green at (334) 612-5235 or wmgreen@alfafarmers.org.

October 30 - November 2...Newton, Georgia.
Ecological Forestry Workshop at Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center, 3988 Jones Center Drive. This program is designed as an alternative to production oriented silviculture and focuses more on management of natural areas and multiple use properties. Only 4 spots remained on 9/13/2017. Fee: $430; meal and lodging included. Contact Jessica McCorvey at (229) 734-4706 or jessica.mccorvey@jonesctr.org.

October 31 - November 2...Wilmington, North Carolina.
Bottomland and Swamp Forests Symposium at Hilton Riverside Hotel. Presentations and field tour. Fee: $185; $50 discount if paid by October 1. Contact Kelley McCarter at (919) 515-9563 or kelley_mccarter@ncsu.edu.

 

> November 2017

November 2...Walker County 9 - 10:30 AM.
Forestry Planning Committee Meeting
at 1501 North Airport Road, Jasper. Forest landowners are welcome to attend and participate. Contact Andrew Baril at (205) 388-6893 or ajb0012@aces.edu.

November 2...Clarke County 6 PM.
Wild Game Cook-Off at Thomasville Golf & Recreation Park Clubhouse, 1250 Country Club Drive, Thomasville. Attend the cook-off and enjoy live music, door prizes, youth activities, and sample some wild game recipes. Fee: $40; youth under 15 free. Call the Alabama Wildlife Federation at 1-800-822-9453.

November 4-5...St. Clair County.
Alabama Youth Trappers Education Workshop passes on the historical aspects of trapping, biological information concerning furbearers and furbearer management, and allows students to learn the proper techniques that include the use of trapping as a sound wildlife management tool. Contact Mike Sievering at (205) 339-5716 or mike.sievering@dcnr.alabama.gov.

November 8...Lee County 11 AM - Noon.
Costs and Trends of Southern Forestry Practices, a program in the Auburn School of Forestry & Wildlife Sciences Seminar Series at Auburn University, SFWS Room 1101. Speaker: Adam Maggard, Auburn University. Refreshments served. For more information email Dr. Brenda Allen at allenbm@auburn.edu.

November 8...Elmore County 12 PM Noon.
PALS (People Against A Littered State) Governor's Awards at Marriott at Capitol Hill, Prattville. Call Alabama PALS at (334) 263-7737. Click here to watch Margaret McElroy, State Adopt-A-Mile Coordinator, speak at the 2015 AFOA Annual Meeting.


AFOA EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

November 9
...TBD 6 PM.
Dinner and Discussion
at a location to be determined. Come enjoy dinner and talk about the issues with other forest landowners. Dutch Treat dinner at 6 PM. To attend RSVP AFOA at (205) 624-2225 or rll@afoa.org.

November 11...Baldwin County 9 AM - 4 PM.
Annual Stockton Sawmill Days at Live Oak Landing, State Highway 225, Stockton. Witness log-rolling, pole climbing, cross-cut sawing, boom walking, and other activities performed by professional lumberjacks. Other items of interest: portable sawmill operating basket making, syrup making, and much more. Bring a lawn chair. Fee: $15; children under 12 free. Contact Gale Colvert at (251) 375-4171 or sawmilldays@gmail.com.

November 11-12...Marion County.
Alabama Adult Trappers Education Workshop passes on the historical aspects of trapping, biological information concerning furbearers and furbearer management, and allows students to learn the proper techniques that include the use of trapping as a sound wildlife management tool. Contact Mike Sievering at (205) 339-5716 or mike.sievering@dcnr.alabama.gov.

November 20-21...Tifton, Georgia.
Forest Management for Gamebirds at the University of Georgia (UGA), Tifton Campus. This course will focus on the relationship between intensive forest management, gamebird habitat requirements, and gamebird ecology. Instructor: Dr. Mark McConnell, UGA. Fee: $295; $50 discount if paid by October 30. Contact Ingvar Elle at (706) 583-0566 or ielle@warnell.uga.edu.

November 28-29...Athens, Georgia.
Nuisance Wildlife at Flinchum’s Phoenix, Whitehall Forest, 650 Phoenix Road. Course content will focus on urban nuisance wildlife damage prevention and control. Topics include: Laws, Regulations, Traps, Handling, Repellents, Habitat Modification, and more. Instructor: Dr. Michael Mengak. Fee: $325; $50 discount if paid by November 7. Contact Ingvar Elle at (706) 583-0566 or ielle@warnell.uga.edu.

 

> December 2017

December 1-3...Franklin County.
Alabama Youth Trappers Education Workshop passes on the historical aspects of trapping, biological information concerning furbearers and furbearer management, and allows students to learn the proper techniques that include the use of trapping as a sound wildlife management tool. Contact Mike Sievering at (205) 339-5716 or mike.sievering@dcnr.alabama.gov.

December 7...Atlanta, Georgia 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM ET.
Wood Flows and Cash Flows: Investment Research & Strategic Analysis for the Forest Industry at the Georgia Tech Global Learning Center, 84 5th Street NW. Fee: $TBD. Contact Heather Clark at (770) 725-8447 or hclark@forisk.com.

December 9-10...Mobile County.
Alabama Youth Trappers Education Workshop passes on the historical aspects of trapping, biological information concerning furbearers and furbearer management, and allows students to learn the proper techniques that include the use of trapping as a sound wildlife management tool. Contact Mike Sievering at (205) 339-5716 or mike.sievering@dcnr.alabama.gov.

December 11-12...Athens, Georgia.
Southern Forestry and Natural Resource Management GIS Conference at The Georgia Center for Continuing Education, 1197 South Lumpkin Street. This conference encompasses topics related to the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in forestry and natural resource management. Fee: $275; $25 discount if paid by November 10. Contact Ingvar Elle at (706) 583-0566 or ielle@warnell.uga.edu.

December 15-17...Geneva County.
Alabama Youth Trappers Education Workshop passes on the historical aspects of trapping, biological information concerning furbearers and furbearer management, and allows students to learn the proper techniques that include the use of trapping as a sound wildlife management tool. Contact Mike Sievering at (205) 339-5716 or mike.sievering@dcnr.alabama.gov.

December 29-31...Hale County.
Alabama Youth Trappers Education Workshop passes on the historical aspects of trapping, biological information concerning furbearers and furbearer management, and allows students to learn the proper techniques that include the use of trapping as a sound wildlife management tool. Contact Mike Sievering at (205) 339-5716 or mike.sievering@dcnr.alabama.gov.

 

> January 2018

January 19-21...Jackson County.
Alabama Youth Trappers Education Workshop passes on the historical aspects of trapping, biological information concerning furbearers and furbearer management, and allows students to learn the proper techniques that include the use of trapping as a sound wildlife management tool. Contact Mike Sievering at (205) 339-5716 or mike.sievering@dcnr.alabama.gov.

 

> February 2018

February 16-18...Baldwin County.
Alabama Youth Trappers Education Workshop passes on the historical aspects of trapping, biological information concerning furbearers and furbearer management, and allows students to learn the proper techniques that include the use of trapping as a sound wildlife management tool. Contact Mike Sievering at (205) 339-5716 or mike.sievering@dcnr.alabama.gov.

February 24-25...Lowndes County.
Alabama Adult Trappers Education Workshop passes on the historical aspects of trapping, biological information concerning furbearers and furbearer management, and allows students to learn the proper techniques that include the use of trapping as a sound wildlife management tool. Contact Mike Sievering at (205) 339-5716 or mike.sievering@dcnr.alabama.gov.

 

> April 2018


AFOA EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

April 27-28...Lauderdale County.
Location: Joe Wheeler State Park Lodge, 4401 McLean Dr, Rogersville, AL 35652

AFOA ANNUAL MEETING: Joe Wheeler State Park Lodge (northwest Alabama on the Tennessee River). We’ve blocked out 70+ lodge rooms for Friday night, April 27, and a few for Saturday night (in case you want to breakfast on the banks of the Tennessee River before heading for home). Cottages (3 bedroom and 2 bedroom) are available, but we could not block them out, so if you want to stay in a cottage (2 nights required), you’ll want to make reservations now – ASAP – here: https://goo.gl/9pw1Ws

The Program Agenda/Attendee Registration Form will contain the most up-to-date information for annual meeting attendees.

REGISTRATION: (will not be ready until late 2017 or early 2018)

     Program Agenda and Attendee Registration Form (will not be ready until late 2017 or early 2018)

     Exhibitor and/or Sponsor Registration Application (will not be ready until late 2017 or early 2018)

 

 

> June 2018

June 27-28...Greensboro, Georgia.
National Conference of Private Forest Landowners at The Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee, 1 Lake Oconee Trail. Fee: $TBD. Contact Forest Landowners Association at 1-800-325-2954 or info@forestlandowners.com.

 

> July 2018

July 13-15...Jefferson County.
Annual World Deer Expo at Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex, 2100 Richard Arrington, Jr. Boulevard North, Birmingham. The expo will have hunting products, apparel, outfitters from all over the world, seminars, outdoor celebrities, kid’s activities, and more. Fee: $10; kids receive discounted admission. Call Channing Brown at (205) 678-4141.

 

> June 2019

June 26-28...Atlanta, Georgia.
Southern Forest Products Machinery & Equipment Exposition at Georgia World Congress Center. EXPO showcases the latest products and services for the wood products industry. Fee: $TBD. Contact Eric Gee at (504) 443-4464x3 or egee@sfpa.org.


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