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  • Last Update: 08/10/2018
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> August 2018

August 7 - August 28...Biloxi, Mississippi.
Forestland as an Investment Workshop at the Coastal Research & Extension Center, 1815 Popps Ferry Road. The class will meet consecutive Tuesdays from 6 - 8 PM. Topics will include: Characteristics of Forest Investments, Financial Criteria Used in Forestry, Site prep , planting, harvesting, Advances in forest genetics, Timberland purchase, Marketing a timber sale, Timber taxation overview, and Estate planning issues. Fee: $30. Contact Tim Ray at (228) 865-4227 or tim.ray@msstate.edu.

August 14-15....Covington County.
Longleaf Academy: Herbicides & Longleaf 201 at the Solon Dixon Forestry Education Center, 12130 Dixon Center Road, Andalusia. Topics will include: Herbicide rates, Timing of application, Active ingredients, Surfactants, Adjuvants, and Safe application methods. Fee: $200; meals plus onsite lodging. Contact Casey White at (334) 427-1029 or office@longleafalliance.org.

August 15...Barbour County 9 AM - Noon.
Should I Be a Business Entity at the Chamber of Commerce, 333 E. Broad Street, Eufaula. Topics include: Introduction to the nine business entities available in Alabama, Liability of owners, Participation in management, Transferability, Creditor protection, and more. Instructor: Robert A. Tufts. Fee: $15. Accountant CPE hours available. To register call Auburn University at (334) 844-5100.

August 15-16...Statesboro, Georgia.
Increasing Financial Returns from Southern Pine Plantations through Objective Evaluation of Silvicultural Treatments at the Bulloch County Ag Center, 151 Langston Chapel Road. This course will evaluate the trade-offs between the costs and the benefits for different mixes of silvicultural treatments with emphasis on quantifying the gains for objective decision making. Fee: $210; $25 discount if paid by August 1. Lunch included. Contact Ingvar Elle at (706) 583-0566 or ielle@warnell.uga.edu.

August 16...Hazelhurst, Mississippi 8:30 AM - 2 PM.
Small Farm: Outdoor Demonstration Workshop at Copiah County Fair Grounds, 2040 West Gallman Road. Learn more about earning supplemental income from your land. Topics include: Leasing land for multiple recreational leases, Timber management, Feral hog management, and more. Lunch provided with pre-registration. Call Clifton Peters at (601) 572-5378.

August 17...Lexington, Mississippi 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM.
Game Camera Surveys and Forest Management for White-tailed Deer Workshop at Black Creek Outfitters Camp, 2835 Bowling Green Road. Fee: $30; lunch provided. Call Betsy Padgett at (662) 834-2795.

August 17-19...Forsyth, Georgia.
Turkey Shoot at the Meadows Gun Club and Shooting School, 1064 Rumble Road. Fee varies. For more information contact Josh Webb at (803) 637-3106 or jwebb@nwtf.net.

August 18...West Liberty, Kentucky.
East Woodland Owners Short Course at the Morgan County Extension Office. Fee: $20. Contact Renee Williams at (859) 257-7597.

August 20-23...Baldwin County.
Alabama Certified Prescribed Burn Manager Certification Course at 53856 Highway 59, Stockton. Instructor: John Stivers. Fee: $150. Limited seating. For more info call Marti Davis at (334) 240-9332. Attendees must register at: http://classes.forestry.alabama.gov/cpbmclasses.aspx   Select the Certify option.

August 21...Madison County 9 AM - 3:30 PM.
Degraded Hardwood Management Workshop at the Charles Stone Agricultural Center, 819 Cook Avenue, Huntsville. Topics: Assessment, Potential Treatments, and Management Tradeoffs. Speakers: Wayne Clatterbuck, Callie Schweitzer, and John Gruchy. Fee: $35; lunch included. Call Madison County Extension Office at (256) 532-1578.

August 22...San Mateo, Florida 9 AM EST.
Managing Pine Forests for Multiple Goals at 843 East Highway 100. This tour will feature examples of food plots, silvicultural operations to improve pine forests, understory enhancement, invasive species management, and more. Wear appropriate field clothing. Lunch included. Pre-registration required. Contact Greg Dunn at (904) 209-0430 or greg.dunn@freshfromflorida.com.

August 22-23...Calhoun County.
Clear Water Alabama Seminar and Field Day at the Oxford Civic Center, 401 McCullars Lane, Oxford. This program is designed to help professionals learn more about erosion and sediment control practices and products. This information could be useful to landowners as well. Fee: $225; $50 discount if paid by August 13. Call Earl Norton at (334) 728-4107.

August 24...Senatobia, Mississippi 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM.
Game Camera Surveys and Forest Management for White-tailed Deer Workshop at the Tate County Extension Office, #1 French’s Alley. Fee: $30; lunch provided. Call Tara Ferguson at (662) 562-4274.

August 24-26…Jefferson County.
Rick & Bubba Outdoor Expo for “all things hunting, fishing, and outdoors” at the Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex. Fee: $10; Kids 12 and under free.

August 28...Tallahassee, Florida 9 - 11 AM EST.
Family Heirs' Property Workshop Series at Florida A&M University CEP Teleconference Center, 2010 Pinder Drive. Session Five will discuss the topic: Impact of clear title property and Family Heirs' Property on economic wealth building and intergenerational transfer of wealth. Contact Sandra Thompson at (850) 599-3546 or sandra.thompson@famu.edu.

August 28...Coffee County 1 - 4 PM.
Should I Be a Business Entity at the Extension Office, 5 County Complex, 1055 E. McKinnon Street, New Brockton. Topics include: Introduction to the nine business entities available in Alabama, Liability of owners, Participation in management, Transferability, Creditor protection, and more. Instructor: Robert A. Tufts. Fee: $15. Accountant CPE hours available. To register call Auburn University at (334) 844-5100.

August 28-30...Amelia Island, Florida.
Florida Forestry Association (FFA) Annual Meeting at the Omni's Amelia Island Plantation Resort. Fee: $375; $30 discount if paid by August 1. Call FFA at (850) 222-5646.

August 29...Online 1 PM CST.
Increasing Adoption of Residential Wood Energy webinar will discuss heating with wood and/or pellets has significant benefits, even with low fossil fuel prices. Gain a better understanding of the issues regarding heating with wood and new developments and technology. Presenter: Jonathan Kays, Natural Resources Extension Specialist, University of Maryland. Call Bill Hubbard at (706) 340-5070.

August 30...Cleveland, Mississippi 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM.
Game Camera Surveys and Forest Management for White-tailed Deer Workshop at the Bolivar County Agriculture Center, 406 North Martin Luther King Drive. Fee: $30; lunch provided. Call Laura Giaccaglia at (662) 843-8362.

August 30...Lee County 3 - 6 PM.
Should I Be a Business Entity at the Extension Office, 600 S. 7th Street, Opelika. Topics include: Introduction to the nine business entities available in Alabama, Liability of owners, Participation in management, Transferability, Creditor protection, and more. Instructor: Robert A. Tufts. Fee: $15. Accountant CPE hours available. To register call Auburn University at (334) 844-5100.

August 30...Henry County 5:30 - 8:30 PM.
Feral Hog Management at the Wiregrass Research and Extension Center, 167 East Alabama Highway 134, Headland. This seminar will cover wild pig history, biology, ecology, control methods, trapping, and demonstrations of discussed techniques. To register call the Wiregrass Center at (334) 693-3800.

 

> September 2018

September 4...Cullman County 1 - 4 PM.
Should I Be a Business Entity at the Chamber of Commerce, 301 2nd Avenue SW, Cullman. Topics include: Introduction to the nine business entities available in Alabama, Liability of owners, Participation in management, Transferability, Creditor protection, and more. Instructor: Robert A. Tufts. Fee: $15. Accountant CPE hours available. To register call Auburn University at (334) 844-5100.

September 4-5...Lee County.
Alabama Society of American Foresters (SAF) & Southern Forest Engineering Center Annual Meeting at Auburn University. Topics include: Drones, Forest Operations, Cross Laminated Timber, Mulching, and more. Fee: $150; $50 discount if paid by August 17. Contact Mathew Smidt at (334) 844-1038 or smidtmf@auburn.edu.

September 5...Morgan County.
Forestry Careers Day at Falkville High School, 43 Clark Drive, Falkville. This event is open to all local schools, and will focus specifically on forestry-related careers. Local employers needed to exhibit to talk about job opportunities at their company, and to bring interactive exhibits for students to experience (examples: drones, logging equipment, simulators, products, etc.) Contact Ashley Rowe at (334) 481-2136 or arowe@alaforestry.org.

September 5...Chilton County 9 AM - Noon.
Should I Be a Business Entity at the Alabama Power Building, 2030 7th Street S., Clanton. Topics include: Introduction to the nine business entities available in Alabama, Liability of owners, Participation in management, Transferability, Creditor protection, and more. Instructor: Robert A. Tufts. Fee: $15. Accountant CPE hours available. To register call Auburn University at (334) 844-5100.

September 6...Chilton County 8 AM - 4 PM.
Alabama Prescribed Fire Council Annual Meeting at Jefferson State Community College, Clanton Campus, 1850 Lay Dam Road, Clanton. Landowners and land mangers welcome to attend. Fee: $60; $10 discount if paid in advance. Lunch included. Contact Marti Davis at (334) 240-9332 or marti.davis@forestry.alabama.gov.

September 6...Talladega County 8:30 - 11:30 AM.
Should I Be a Business Entity at the Extension Office, 130 N. Court Street, Talladega. Topics include: Introduction to the nine business entities available in Alabama, Liability of owners, Participation in management, Transferability, Creditor protection, and more. Instructor: Robert A. Tufts. Fee: $15. Accountant CPE hours available. To register call Auburn University at (334) 844-5100.

September 7...DeKalb County.
Progressive Agriculture Safety Day (Kids Only) at Sylvania High School, Sylvania. 3rd grade students only. Contact Joey Haymon at (256) 638-5551 or jbhaymon@dekalbk12.org.

September 7...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#

September 9-11...Baldwin County.
Alabama Forestry Association Annual Meeting at the Perdido Beach Resort in Orange Beach. Fee: $495; $20 discount if paid by August 31. Contact Liz Chambers at (334) 481-2135 or lchambers@alaforestry.org.

September 10...Tuscaloosa County 6 - 9 PM.
Should I Be a Business Entity at the Courthouse Annex, 2513 7th Street, Tuscaloosa. Topics include: Introduction to the nine business entities available in Alabama, Liability of owners, Participation in management, Transferability, Creditor protection, and more. Instructor: Robert A. Tufts. Fee: $15. Accountant CPE hours available. To register call Auburn University at (334) 844-5100.

September 11...Tallapoosa County 8 AM - 12 PM.
Private Pesticide Applicator Training/Testing Class - One of the most useful aspects of this class for landowners may be learning how to calibrate a backpack sprayer. Fee: $45; $20 for training and $25 for licensing. If you need more information call Dr. Chip East at (256) 846-0314.

September 11...Lauderdale County 6 - 9 PM.
Should I Be a Business Entity at the Extension Office, 802 Veterans Drive, Florence. Topics include: Introduction to the nine business entities available in Alabama, Liability of owners, Participation in management, Transferability, Creditor protection, and more. Instructor: Robert A. Tufts. Fee: $15. Accountant CPE hours available. To register call Auburn University at (334) 844-5100.

September 12...Walker County.
Forestry Workshop in Jasper. Topics include: Chronic Wasting Disease, Best Management Practices (BMPs), OSHA Safety, Insect Borne Diseases, and Forestry Ethics. CFE and PLM hours available. No Fee. To register call Katherine at (205) 384-0606x3204.

September 13...Blount County 5 - 7 PM.
Recreational Farm Pond Workshop at Al and Mick's Barbeque, 88175 U.S. Highway 278, Snead. The workshop will cover pond health, weed control, animal control, and other topics. Meal provided. Contact Charles LeCroy at (205) 353-2858 or charleslecroy@gmail.com.

September 13...Escambia County 6 - 9 PM.
Should I Be a Business Entity at the Grace Fellowship Church, 1412 East Nashville Avenue, Atmore. Topics include: Introduction to the nine business entities available in Alabama, Liability of owners, Participation in management, Transferability, Creditor protection, and more. Instructor: Robert A. Tufts. Fee: $15. Accountant CPE hours available. To register call Auburn University at (334) 844-5100.

September 14...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. Typically about 20 classes for ladies to choose from, each about 90 minutes long. Classes may include: outdoor photography, crafts, and birding. Also, shooting classes ranging from archery to shotgun, rifle, and pistol. Lastly, classes go into hunting deer, turkey, predators, game calls, and plan a hunt for later in the year. Fee: $145. Contact Dee Lowrey at (678) 936-4314 or dee_lowrey@yahoo.com.

September 14-15...Parrotsville, Tennessee.
American Paulownia Association Annual Conference at 2975 Salem Road, Parrottsville. Fee: $55. For more information contact (423) 278-8891 or palownia@erols.com.

September 17...Tuscaloosa County 8 AM.
Alabama Certified Prescribed Burn Manager Re-certification Workshop at Alabama Fire College, 2501 Phoenix Drive, Tuscaloosa. Instructor: John Stivers. Fee: $100. Limited seating. For more info call Marti Davis at (334) 240-9332. Attendees must register at: http://classes.forestry.alabama.gov/cpbmclasses.aspx   Select the Re-Certify option.

September 18...Brooksville, Florida 10 AM - 3 PM EST.
Silviculture BMPs & Forestry Wildlife BMPs at the Southwest Florida Water Management District Office, 2379 Broad Street. This workshop will discuss Silviculture Best Management Practices (BMP) for Water Quality and the Forestry Wildlife BMPs for State Imperiled Species. Lunch on your own. Contact Robin Holland at (352) 732-1781 or robin.holland@freshfromflorida.com.

September 18-19...Autauga County.
ForestHer: A Workshop for Women Who Love the Land at the Agricultural Center Building, 2226 AL-14, Autaugaville. This workshop is an opportunity for women landowners to learn about forest management topics that are important to them in a relaxed, fun setting. Learn how to read maps and deeds, measure your forest trees, and market timber and non-timber forest products. This workshop is very “hands-on” with demonstrations, field tours, and opportunities to practice new skills. Fee: $65; lunch included. Contact Becky Barlow at (334)844-1019 or becky.barlow@auburn.edu.

September 18-19...Athens, Georgia.
Managing Forest Health, Wildlife, and Productivity at Flinchum’s Phoenix, Whitehall Forest, 650 Phoenix Drive. Forest management strategies for enhancing wildlife populations, improving water quality, using fire as a forest management tool, and using pesticides in forest systems. Fee: $295; $50 discount if paid by August 28. Contact Ingvar Elle at (706) 583-0566 or ielle@warnell.uga.edu.

September 18-20...Starkville, Mississippi.
Prescribed Burning Short Course at the Hilton Garden Inn, 975 Highway 12 East. The short course is open to the public and designed for anyone wishing to become a Certified Prescribed Burn Manager in Mississippi. Wear clothing for walking in wooded area. Fee: $250. Contact Allen Stroud at (769) 798-2597 or astroud@mfc.ms.gov.

September 18-21...Tuscaloosa County.
Alabama Certified Prescribed Burn Manager Certification Course at Alabama Fire College, 2501 Phoenix Drive, Tuscaloosa. Instructor: John Stivers. Fee: $150. Limited seating. For more info call Marti Davis at (334) 240-9332. Attendees must register at: http://classes.forestry.alabama.gov/cpbmclasses.aspx   Select the Certify option.

September 19...Baldwin County 6 - 9 PM.
Should I Be a Business Entity at the Gulf Coast Research and Extension Center, 8300 State Hwy 104, Fairhope. Topics include: Introduction to the nine business entities available in Alabama, Liability of owners, Participation in management, Transferability, Creditor protection, and more. Instructor: Robert A. Tufts. Fee: $15. Accountant CPE hours available. To register call Auburn University at (334) 844-5100.

September 20...Grenada, Mississippi 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM.
Game Camera Surveys and Forest Management for White-tailed Deer Workshop at the Grenada County Office Building, 1240 Fairground Road, Suite G. Fee: $30; lunch provided. Call Steve Winters at (662) 226-2061.

September 20...Mobile County 6 - 9 PM.
Should I Be a Business Entity at the Extension Office, Jon Archer Agricultural Center, 1070 Schillinger Road N., Mobile. Topics include: Introduction to the nine business entities available in Alabama, Liability of owners, Participation in management, Transferability, Creditor protection, and more. Instructor: Robert A. Tufts. Fee: $15. Accountant CPE hours available. To register call Auburn University at (334) 844-5100.

September 21...Tuscaloosa County 8 AM - 3 PM.
Annual Alabama Oil & Gas Seminar at Shelton State Community College, 9500 Old Greensboro Road, Tuscaloosa. Reception the night before and seminar is open to the public at no cost. For more information call Janet Overton at (205) 247-3571.

September 21-22...Starkville, Mississippi.
Mid-South Forestry Equipment Show is located approximately eight miles south of Starkville. The longest-running, live, in-woods equipment demo in the South. Fee: $25; $5 discount for advance registration. For additional information call 1-800-669-5613.

September 25...Barbour County 11:30 AM.
Women in Forestry Luncheon at 525 School Street, Eufaula. Contact Allie Corcoran at (334) 687-5688 or corcoja@aces.edu.

September 27...Tifton, Georgia.
Georgia Prescribed Fire Council Annual Meeting at the Tifton Campus Conference Center. Fee: $TBD. Contact Jessica McCorvey at (229) 734-4706x289 or jessica.mccorvey@jonesctr.org.

September 27...Conecuh County 8 AM - 3 PM.
Field Day at Saloom Properties, LLC, 2835 Booker Mill Road, Evergreen. Topics include: Managing Longleaf, Managing Special Sites, Using Drones/Smartphones for Mapping, Establishing Longleaf, Invasive Plants, and More. Lunch provided. Contact Conecuh Extension at (251) 578-2762 or treefarm@alaforestry.org.

September 27...Montgomery County 6 - 9 PM.
Should I Be a Business Entity at the Extension Office, Eastmont Shopping Plaza, 5340 Atlanta Hwy, Montgomery. Topics include: Introduction to the nine business entities available in Alabama, Liability of owners, Participation in management, Transferability, Creditor protection, and more. Instructor: Robert A. Tufts. Fee: $15. Accountant CPE hours available. To register call Auburn University at (334) 844-5100.

September 28...Macon County 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM.
Integrated Approach for Managing Diseases and Parasites in Small Ruminants at 102 Mary Starke Harper Hall, Tuskegee University, Tuskegee. Fee: $30; $5 discount if paid by September 13. Working lunch provided. Contact Dr. Uma Karki at (334) 727-8336 or karkiu@mytu.tuskegee.edu.

September 28...Leakesville, Mississippi 8:30 AM - 4:10 PM.
Management of Degraded Hardwood Stands Short Course at the Greene County Center, 167 Vo-Tech Road. Topics covered during indoor and outdoor sessions include: management strategy for varying goals of ownership, hardwood decision models, as well as salvage and regeneration options. Fee: $30; lunch included. Call Angie Byrd at (601) 394-2702.

September 28...Madison, Florida 8:30 AM - 4 PM EST.
Landowner Cooperative Associations - Neighbors Helping Neighbors at the Madison County Extension Office, 184 NW College Loop. Topics include: Cooperating to manage timber and wildlife, deer management, and the certification process of the American Tree Farm System. Also, tour a local tree nursery. Lunch included. Call the Madison Extension Office at (850) 973-4138.

 

> October 2018

October 2-3...Tifton, Georgia.
Pine Straw Production - Stand Management and Economics at the Tifton County Ag Center, Conference Room 1468, 1468 Carpenter Road. Learn about pine straw yields by species, site quality, land-use history, and basal area. Fee: $210; $25 discount if paid by September 23. Contact Ingvar Elle at (706) 583-0566 or ielle@warnell.uga.edu.

October 4...Greene County 8:30 AM.
Forestry Field Day at Greenebriar near Eutaw. Topics include: Deer Management, Invasive plant control, Hog trapping, and Drone use in forestry. Lunch provided. To register contact Diane Harris at (205) 333-1590 or diane.harris@forestry.alabama.gov.

October 5-6...DeKalb County.
National Trappers Association Southeast Regional Convention at the North East Agri-Business Center, 1571 McCurdy Avenue North, Rainesville. Fee: $10. Contact Vickie Wright at (231) 907-0977 or vwright@nationaltrappers.com.

October 5-7...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, bird watching, shooting sports, and many more. For women 18 years or older. Courses are held rain or shine. Fee: $275; includes meals and lodging. Contact Hope Grier at 1-800-245-2740 or hope.grier@dcnr.alabama.gov.

October 9...Madison County 8 AM - 3:30 PM.
SmartMap Workshop at the Tennessee Valley Research and Extension Center, 9494 Experimental Loop, Madison. This workshop’s objectives are: Introduce user-friendly GIS apps and GPS for iPhone and iPad, Train attendees on using smart devices to collect GPS data in the field, Use GIS apps to develop maps, Demonstrate the capabilities of UAVs for collecting real-time imagery, and more. To register and watch a video about the workshop visit www.alabamasmartmap.com. Fee: $50; lunch included. Email questions to smartmap@auburn.edu.

October 14-16...Elmore County.
Alabama Landowners Conference at the Marriott Prattville Hotel & Conference Center, 2500 Legends Circle, Prattville. Topics include: Future of Alabama Forests, Passing Your Land to the Next Generation, Quality Deer Management, Longleaf Fire Management, Endangered Species, and SmartMaps Technology. Awards presented: Tree Farm, Helene Mosley Memorial, W. Kelly Mosely, and others.
 Fee: $100; $25 discount if paid by August 24. Contact William Green at (334) 612-5235 or wmgreen@alfafarmers.org.

October 15...Lee County 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM.
Forest-Her: A Workshop for women who love the land at the Auburn University School of Forestry & Wildlife Sciences, 602 Duncan Drive, Auburn. Topic: Thinning. Learn about proper timing and methods of thinning to improve ecosystem health, benefit wildlife, and promote tree and forest plant growth. Fee: $35; lunch included. Pre-registration required. Contact Becky Barlow at (334) 844-1019 or becky.barlow@auburn.edu.

October 15-18...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. Fee: $430; meal and lodging included. Contact Jessica McCorvey at (229) 734-4706 or jessica.mccorvey@jonesctr.org.

October 23-25...Athens, Georgia.
Forestry for Non-Foresters Part 1 (Oct 23) 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 October 2.
Forestry for Non-Foresters Part 2 on October 18-19 is $345; $50 discount if paid by October 2. 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 23-26...Alexandria, Louisiana.
Biennial Longleaf Conference at the Holiday Inn Alexandria. Fee: $410; $45 discount if paid by September 24. For more information call Casey at (334) 427-1029.

October 26-27...Madison County.
The American Chestnut Foundation (TACF) Annual Meeting at Embassy Suites by Hilton, 800 Monroe Street, Huntsville. Fee: $125. Call TACF at (828) 281-0047.

October 26-28....Johnson City, Tennessee.
Tennessee Forestry Association Annual Meeting at Carnegie Hotel, 1216 W State of Franklin Road. Fee: $TBD. Contact Dana Howard at (615) 883-3832 or dhoward@tnforestry.com.

 

> November 2018

November 6...Statewide.
General Election

 

> March 2019

March 20-22...Amelia Island, Florida.
Timberland Investment Conference at The Ritz-Carlton. Fee: $TBD. Contact Bob Izlar at (706) 542-6819 or bizlar@uga.edu.

 

> April 2019


AFOA EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

April 26-27...Escambia County.
Location: Headquartered at Wind Creek Casino & Hotel, 303 Poarch Road, Atmore, AL 36502.

AFOA ANNUAL MEETING: For Room Reservations call (866) 946-3360. Group Code is yet to be determined. Make your reservations early since AFOA only has a 50 room block for the 26th and a 50 room block for the 27th. We are unable to block out any more rooms.

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

REGISTRATION:

     Program Agenda and Attendee Registration Form

     Exhibitor and/or Sponsor Registration Application
 

 

> 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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