2019 Calendar of Past Events
last update: 01/23/2019
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> January 2019
County 10 AM.
First Day Hike at Lake Guntersville State Park,
1157 Lodge Drive, Guntersville. Start the year off with
a hike with Mike Ezell, Park Naturalist. Moderate
difficulty so wear good shoes/boots and bring water. For
more information call (256) 571-5444.
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)
January 4...Teleconference Noon CST.
First Fridays Forestry Update hosted by the
American Forest Foundation is a conference call briefing
on Washington, D.C. happenings. Youíll 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#
Florida Certified Prescribed Burn Manager Training
at the Tallahassee Forestry Center, 865 Geddie Road.
Fee: $175. Must register by December 7. Contact John
Saddler at (850) 681-5928 or
firstname.lastname@example.org. Ask about other
session dates and locations.
January 8...Shelby County 6:15
Alabama Quail Hunters Meeting at Golden Corral, 101 Cahaba Valley
Parkway East, Pelham. Speaker: Kyle Marable, Resource Stewardship Biologist,
Alabama Wildlife Federation. For more information email Robert Carr at
Mississippi 7 PM.
Copiah County Forestry Association Meeting at
Copiah County Multi-Purpose Building. Topic:
Forestland Taxation. Speaker: Dr. Stephen Dicke. To
register, email Patrick Maxwell at
January 12-13...Escambia County.
Alabama Youth Trappers Education Workshop in
Atmore 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. Recommended ages 7
and up. Pre-registration is required. A conservation ID
(CID) is required to submit your registration. Contact
Mike Sievering at (205) 339-5716 or
Festival of the Cranes at Wheeler National
Wildlife Refuge (NWR), 3121 Visitors Center Road,
Decatur. Over 14,000 Sandhill cranes along with several
pairs of Whooping cranes spend the winter at Wheeler NWR.
Events include viewing the cranes up close, birding
workshops, nature walks, kidís activities, and live
raptors. Call Wheeler NWR at (256) 350-6639.
County 6 PM.
Estate Planning Program at the 8400 State Highway
104, Fairhope. Topics: What happens if you donít
have a Will, Documents in an Estate Plan, Avoiding
Probate, What a Will does/does not do, and Why you might
want a trust. Presenter: Dr. Robert Tufts, Auburn
University. To register contact Ellen Huckabay at (251)
County 6 PM.
Estate Planning Program at the Mobile County
Extension Office, 1070 Schillinger Road, North, Mobile.
Topics: What happens if you donít have a Will,
Documents in an Estate Plan, Avoiding Probate, What a
Will does/does not do, and Why you might want a trust.
Presenter: Dr. Robert Tufts, Auburn University. To
register call Mobile County Extension at (251) 574-8445.
January 15 &
Estate Planning Made Easy at The Hampton Inn at
Providence Park, 525 Providence Park Drive, Mobile. This
workshop will focus on the importance of a
comprehensive, integrated estate plan that protects all
types of assets in the event of incapacity or death. To
register contact Jessica Crosby at (251) 410-7003 or
F201 Fire & Longleaf at the Mary Kahrs Warnell
Forestry Education Center, 5960 Highway 17 S, Guyton. Topics include:
Fire ecology, Burning young longleaf, Ignition patterns,
Fireline tools, Smoke management, burn planning, and more. Fee: $150; includes
two lunches. To register call Longleaf Alliance at (334)
Mississippi 5:30ó8:30 PM.
Hancock/Harrison County Forestry & Wildlife Annual
Meeting at Lyman Community Center, 13742 Hwy. 49
North. Topic: Future of Forestry. Speaker: Butch
Bailey, MSU Extension Forester. Fee: $10 per person for
members of the CFA. Pre-registration required by
1/11/19. Contact Tim Ray at (228) 865-4227 or
County 9 AM - 12 Noon.
Estate Planning Program at the Pike Road Town
Hall, 9575 Vaughn Road, Pike Road. Topics: What
happens if you donít have a Will, Documents in an Estate
Plan, Avoiding Probate, What a Will does/does not do,
and Why you might want a trust. Presenter: Dr. Robert
Tufts, Auburn University. To register contact Katy
Garren at (334) 272-9883 or
18...Philadelphia, Mississippi 9 AM to 3 PM.
Neshoba County Forestry Association Forestry Short
Course at the Coliseum Multi-Purpose Room. Topic:
Forest Management Considerations. To register, call
End of 2019 Calendar of Past Events