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  • Last Update: 09/22/2022
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> September 2022

September 22...Crenshaw County 6 PM.
Wildlife Management Basics at the Tom Harbin Ag Center, 816 Airport Road, Luverne. Speaker: Bence Carter, Auburn University Cooperative Extension System. For more information contact Amanda Evans at (334) 335-6312 or awe0006@auburn.edu.

September 22...Lauderdale County 6 - 8 PM.
Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) Public Meeting at the University of North Alabama, Norton Auditorium, 1 Harrison Plaza, Florence. Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries officials will provide an overview of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources' response to CWD, including a new hunting regulation and the CWD Management Zone covering Lauderdale and Colbert counties. The presentation will be followed by a question and answer session. For more information call Marianne Gauldin at (334) 242-3469.

September 23...Russell County 9 AM - 1 PM CT.
Women Owning Woodlands at the Historic Tuckabatchee Masonic Lodge at Crawford Park, 4499 US-80, Phenix City. This workshop aims to help women network with other landowners, plan for future generations, learn about local resources, and discuss basic land management concepts. All landowners (men too) are welcome. Fee: $15. Registration required. Contact Jennifer Davidson at (334) 298-6845 or jenniferd@auburn.edu.

September 24…Sharps Chapel, Tennessee 7 AM - 1 PM.
Healthy Hardwoods Field Day at Chuck Swan State Forest. Topic: Cost Share Practices. Lunch included. Contact Dana Howard at (615) 883-3832 or dhoward@tnforestry.com.

September 24...Limestone County 8 AM - 3:30 PM.
Adult Mentored Hunt Workshop at the Swan Creek Wildlife Management Area, 18936 Harris Station Road, Tanner. The workshop will provide participants with an opportunity to learn hunting basics, firearm safety and handling, where to hunt, and the equipment and gear needed. There are eligibility requirements. Fee: $20. For more information email Justin Grider at justin.grider@dcnr.alabama.gov.

September 28...Online 12 Noon - 1 PM CT.
Ecology & Management of the Firebird will be presented via Zoom. This talk will cover the basics of managing for quail on private lands in Alabama. For more information contact Norm Haley at (256) 574-2143 or nvh0001@aces.edu.

September 29...Tifton, Georgia 9 AM - 3:30 PM ET.
Georgia Prescribed Fire Council Annual Meeting at the Tifton Campus Conference Center. Fee: $50. Contact Jessica McCorvey at (229) 734-4706x289 or jessica.mccorvey@jonesctr.org.

September 29...Limestone County 12 Noon - 1 PM.
iNaturalist will be presented in-person at Limestone County Extension Office, 1109 W Market Street, Suite A, Athens. It will also be presented online since in-person attendance is very limited. This course will cover the free platform iNaturalist. This course will go over basics of how to use the platform and the ways that it can assist in land management. For more information contact Kerry Steedley at (334) 350-0485 or kes0150@aces.edu.

September 29...Autauga County 4 - 8 PM.
Wild Pig Management: Beyond the Basics at the Autauga Extension Office, 2226 Highway 14, Autaugaville. Topics will include the top 10 mistakes in pig control, the top 10 must-do's for pig control, and updates on feral swine programs. There will also be equipment demonstrations. Meal included. For more information contact Lynn Dickinson at (334) 303-8360 or rhodela@aces.edu.

September 29...Online 5:30 - 6:30 PM CT.
Small Ruminant Production Virtual Series will be presented via Zoom. This month's session topic is Tools for Parasite Resistance and Tolerance in Sheep and Goats. For more information contact Valens Niyigena at (256) 583-1811 or vzn0022@aces.edu.

September 30...Bainbridge, Georgia 7:30 AM - 2 PM.
Fall Field Day will include a property history & quail hatch update at Southlands Plantation followed by a field tour. Fee: $50; BBQ lunch included. RSVP to Tori Crawford at (850) 893-4153x249 or tcrawford@talltimbers.org.

September 30...Coila, Mississippi 9:30 AM.
Forestry Field Day at Cedar Bluff Farm will include the following topics: Drones, Alternative markets for generating forest income (pine straw, Christmas trees, & agroforestry), Wildlife enterprises and recreation, and Forestry site prep. For more information call Tracy at (662) 458-4879.

September 30 - October 1...Asheville, North Carolina.
The American Chestnut Foundation (TACF) Symposium will cover topics including assisted migration, birds and pollinators, and climate change. Fee: $225. For more information call TACF at (828) 281-0047.

 

> October 2022

October 1…Pikeville, Tennessee 7 AM - 1 PM.
Healthy Hardwoods Field Day at Bledsoe State Forest. Topic: Cost Share Practices. Lunch included. Contact Dana Howard at (615) 883-3832 or dhoward@tnforestry.com.

October 1...Shelby County 8 AM - 3:30 PM.
Adult Mentored Hunt Workshop at the Cahaba River Wildlife Management Area Check Station, 3956 Coalmont Road, Helena. The workshop will provide participants with an opportunity to learn hunting basics, firearm safety and handling, where to hunt, and the equipment and gear needed. There are eligibility requirements. Fee: $20. For more information email Justin Grider at justin.grider@dcnr.alabama.gov.

October 4...Covington County 7:30 AM - 12 PM Noon.
Fall Landowner Tour will include topics such as: Income from Pine Straw, Quail Management in Longleaf, Forest Management Program Opportunities, Invasives, and Basic First Aid. Lunch provided. For more information contact Covington County Extension at (334) 222-1125 or mlw0025@auburn.edu.

October 4...Bibb County 8 AM.

October 4...Bruce, Mississippi 8:30 AM.
Forestry Field Day at John Carter's Tree Farm. Topics will include timber management, wildlife management, timber harvesting, and more. To RSVP, call (662) 412-3177.

October 5...DeKalb County 9 AM - 5 PM.
Alabama Master Naturalist - DeSoto Field Day at 7104 DeSoto Parkway NE, Fort Payne. The field day will include interpretive hikes and opportunities to learn about the history, habitats, plants, and animals of the area. Dress  for outdoor activities. Close-toed shoes that can get muddy should be worn. Bringing a change of clothes for after the program has concluded is encouraged. Bring bug spray, sunscreen, water, and a packed lunch. Binoculars will be beneficial, but not required. Fee: $15. Contact Wesley Anderson at (334) 750-9458 or wma0016@aces.edu.

October 5...Online 11:30 AM - 4:30 PM CT.
Deer Management and Forestry Best Management Practices (BMPs) will be presented via Zoom Meeting. This short course aims to provide technical information on specific techniques, including BMPs, used to enhance and preserve wildlife habitat on forested land. Instructors: Dr. James Johnson and Scott Thackston. Must register by October 3. Fee: $100. Contact Ingvar Elle at (706) 583-0566 or ingvar@uga.edu.

October 5-7....Buchanan, Tennessee.
Tennessee Forestry Association Annual Meeting at Paris Landing State Park Lodge, 400 Lodge Road, Buchanan. Fee: $300. Contact Dana Howard at (615) 883-3832 or dhoward@tnforestry.com.

October 6...Mobile County 8:30 AM.
Regional Forestry Field Day at the property of Wayne McCollough, 9209-A Bohannon Road, Wilmer. Topics will include gopher tortoise habitat, pond management, longleaf management, and quail management. Lunch provided. To RSVP call (251) 441-6505x3.

October 6...Online 11 AM - 12 Noon CT.
Southern Pine Beetle and Ips Bark Beetles will be presented via Zoom. Learn about the different pine bark beetles in Georgia, how to identify them and what the best management options for each species are. Also get an update on current beetle activity in Georgia. Instructor: Lynne Womack, Georgia Forestry Commission. If you need assistance connecting to the webinar email contact@sref.info.

October 7-9...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. For more information call Marisa Futral at (334) 242-3620.

October 8...Baldwin County 8 AM - 3:30 PM.
Adult Mentored Hunt Workshop at the Upper Delta Wildlife Management Area Shooting Range. GPS Coord: 31.130701021119776, -87.84785768044755  The workshop will provide participants with an opportunity to learn hunting basics, firearm safety and handling, where to hunt, and the equipment and gear needed. There are eligibility requirements. Fee: $20. For more information email Justin Grider at justin.grider@dcnr.alabama.gov.

October 8...Gainesville, Florida 8:30 AM - 12 Noon ET.
North Florida Prescribed Burn Association General Meeting at Prairie Creek Lodge, 7204 SE County Road 234. For more information email nfpba2017@gmail.com.

October 8-9...Talladega County 9 AM.
Alabama Mushroom Festival at Lake Howard, 850 Boat Dock Lane, Sylacauga. The two primary goals for the Alabama Mushroom Festival: educate on the amazing world of mushrooms and collect data on the fungi of Alabama. There will be vendors selling products of all kinds, forays led by professionals and enthusiasts, various classes, presentations, demonstrations, mushroom foods, and more. Fee: $50; $10 discount if paid in advance. For more information email the Alabama Mushroom Society at almushroomsoc@gmail.com.

October 10-11...Athens, Georgia.
Forestry for Non-Foresters 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: $400; $50 discount if paid by September 26. Contact Ingvar Elle at (706) 583-0566 or ingvar@uga.edu.  See the leaders of this course give a teaser presentation at the 2016 AFOA Annual Meeting.

October 11...Online 12 Noon - 1:15 PM CT.
ForestHer: Land Surveying will be presented via Zoom. This lunch and learn is for women that own forestland or are just interested in learning more about forestry in a relaxed, fun setting. Join during your lunch break as Auburn University Professor, Dr. Tom Gallagher, provides an introduction to land surveying and what to look for when hiring a professional. Pre-registration required. Contact Bence Carter at (334) 389-4055 or jbc0057@aces.edu.

October 11-12...Statesboro, Georgia.
Longleaf Pine Establishment and Management at the Bulloch County Extension Office, 151 Langston Chapel Road. Upon completion of this course, a forest landowner or land manager will be able to make effective silvicultural and economical management decisions on managing longleaf stands with an emphasis on early survival and growth. Fee: $330; $55 discount if paid by September 27. Contact Ingvar Elle at (706) 583-0566 or ingvar@uga.edu.

October 11-12...Gainesville, Florida.
Hot Topics in Prescribed Fire will be held at the Stern Learning Center and Austin Cary Forest. This symposium will cover prescribed fire practice in Florida, fire weather and planning tools, ecosystem restoration, Southern Fire Exchange resources, and more. Fee: $150; includes some meals. For more information contact Chris Demers at (352) 846-2375 or cdemers@ufl.edu.

October 12...Online 12 Noon - 1 PM CT.
Wild Game Preservation will be presented via Zoom. This talk will outline the proper precautions and methods towards processing and preserving wild game. For more information contact Norm Haley at (256) 574-2143 or nvh0001@aces.edu.

October 13...Russell County 3 PM.
Forestry Tour & Dinner at the Old Seale Courthouse, 5 Jackson Street, Seale. Demonstrations will include: Longleaf straw production, pine timber management, pig trapping, stages of tree growth and release, and more. Pre-registration required. Fee: $15. To register call Jennifer Davidson at (334) 298-6845.

October 14...St. Clair County 9 AM - 3 PM.
Land Management Field Day at 1359 Pleasant Valley Road, Odenville. The field day will cover topics such as nuisance wildlife management, invasive species identification and control methods, non-timber forest products, understory control and how to develop a management plan. Lunch provided. For more information contact Lynn Dickinson at (334) 303-8360 or rhodela@aces.edu.

October 19...Guyton, Georgia 7:30 AM - 5 PM ET.
Women in Forestry: Challenges Facing Female Forest Landowners at Mary Kahrs Warnell Forest Education Center, 5960 Georgia 17. This is the last segment of a three-part series of workshops. This final workshop will focus challenges facing female forest landowners. For more information contact Elizabeth McCarty at (706) 389-9725 or elizabeth.mccarty@uga.edu.

October 20...Coosa County 8:30 AM.
Forest Landowner Tour at Robinwald Farm, LLC, 12080 Highway 22, Rockford. Topics include Trapping, Brown Spot Needle Blight in Loblolly Pine, Mid-Rotation Release, and Native Grass. For more information or to RSVP call Coosa County Extension at (256) 377-4713.

October 20...Greene County 8:30 AM - 2 PM.
Leavellwood Farm Tour at Leavellwood Lodge in West Greene. The tour stops will consist of food plots, supplemental feeding, trophy lakes, forestry practices, and dove fields. Fee: $10. To register, call Greene County Extension at (205) 372-3401.

October 20...Dallas County 6 PM.
Wild Game Cook-Off at ArtsRevive, 3 Church Street, Selma. 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 under 15 free. Call the Alabama Wildlife Federation at (334) 285-4550.

October 21...Chilton County 8 AM - 1 PM.
Fall Landowner Tour at Turtle Creek, 1277 County Road 508, Marbury. This landowner tour provides regional residents the opportunity to learn pond management, beekeeping, firebreak management, and understory control while touring Turtle Creek. Fee: $15. For more information contact Lucy Edward at (205) 280-6268 or lee0003@auburn.edu.

October 21...Marion/Winston County 9 AM - 3 PM.
Landowner Tour and Regional Forestry Field Day at Bill and Ann Self Farm, 2821 County Road 59, Haleyville. Topics include: Short Leaf Pine (SLP) Initiative, SLP Planting Site History, Water Quality and Streamside Management Zones (SMZs), Prescribed Burning, and Non-native Species. For more information contact Zack Brannon at (256) 489-5376 or zdb0006@aces.edu.

October 25-28...Wilmington, North Carolina.
Biennial Longleaf Conference at the Hotel Ballast in Wilmington. Fee: $470. For more information email Sarah Crate at sarah@longleafalliance.org.

October 26-28...Flowood, Mississippi.
Mississippi Forestry Association Annual Meeting at Sheraton Flowood, The Refuge Hotel & Conference Center, 2200 Refuge Boulevard. Fee: $550/non-member. Contact Casey Anderson at (601) 354-4936 or canderson@msforestry.net.

October 27...Tuscaloosa County 6 PM.
Wild Game Cook-Off at Woods N Water, 5101 Summit Ridge, Tuscaloosa. Attend the cook-off and enjoy live music, door prizes, youth activities, and sample wild game recipes. Fee: $50. Youth under 15 admitted free. Call the Alabama Wildlife Federation at (334) 285-4550.

October 27-28...Shelby County.
Alabama Landowners Conference at the Alabama 4-H Center, 892 4-H Road, Columbiana. Topics will include Pond Construction/Management, Food Plot Design/Management, Forestry Herbicide Application, Invasive Plant Species, and Timber Management Prices/Strategies. Field tour on day one. Awards presented on day two: Tree Farm, Helene Mosley Memorial, W. Kelly Mosely, and others. Fee: $100. Contact Liz Chambers at (334) 481-2135 or lchambers@alaforestry.org.

October 28...Earleton, Florida 9 AM ET.
Land Steward Tour at Sparkleberry Farm, CR 1469. Attend the tour to gain some valuable, hands-on information about multiple-use forest
management, and network with professionals and other landowners who share your interests. This will be a walking tour. Wear appropriate field clothing and bring water. Fee: $10; lunch included. For more information contact Chris Demers at (352) 846-2375 or cdemers@ufl.edu.

 

> November 2022

November 1-4...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; meals and lodging included. Contact Jessica McCorvey at (229) 734-4706 or jessica.mccorvey@jonesctr.org.

November 2...Autauga County 8 AM - 2 PM.
Annual Fall Landowner Tour at 2228 County Road 40, Billingsley. GPS Coord.: 32.551, -86.741  The tour will cover bee keeping, pollinators, fruit orchards, pasture to pines, gully erosion control, and more. Fee: $20; lunch provided. For more information call Matthew Sorrells at (334) 239-5258 or autaugafwsc@gmail.com.

November 3...Bibb County 9 AM - 1 PM.
Wreath Making with Forest Products at Mount Carmel Baptist Church, Old Highway 5, West Blockton. This workshop will show the participants how items in their woodland can be used for alternate purposes such as craft projects. Fee: $15. For more information contact Lynn Dickinson at (334) 303-8360 or rhodela@aces.edu.

November 3...Clarke County 6 PM.
Wild Game Cook-Off at Old Grove Hill Academy Football Field, 15471 Highway 43, Grove Hill. 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 under 15 admitted free. Call the Alabama Wildlife Federation at (334) 285-4550.

November 4...Lowndes County.
Progressive Agriculture Safety Day (Kids Only) at the Jackson Steele Community Center, White Hall. 5th grade students only. For more information call Tana Shealey at (334) 548-2315.

November 5...Chambers County 8 AM - 5 PM.
Traditional Hunter Education Course at the ALFA Insurance Building, 50 LaFayette Street South, LaFayette. No fee. This is a two night class and you must attend both classes. To register, call John Davidson at (256) 435-1642. Successfully completing an approved hunter education course is mandatory for all non-supervised Alabama hunting license buyers born on or after August 1, 1977. There are some exceptions. There are other courses being taught at various locations and dates as well as online only courses. For additional information contact Marisa Futral at 1-800-245-2740 or marisa.futral@dcnr.alabama.gov.

November 8...Statewide.
General Election

November 8...Online 12 Noon - 1:15 PM CT.
ForestHer: Prescribed Fire will be presented via Zoom Webinar. This lunch and learn is for women that own forestland or are just interested in learning more about forestry in a relaxed, fun setting. Join during your lunch break as Regional Extension Agent, Ryan Mitchell, discusses the importance of prescribed fire to southern forest, prescribed burning techniques and how they can be manipulated to achieve your goals. Pre-registration required. Contact Bence Carter at (334) 389-4055 or jbc0057@aces.edu.

November 9...St. Clair County 10 AM - 12 PM Noon.
Developing a Management Plan for Your Woodlot at the St. Clair Extension Office, 1815 Cogswell Avenue, Pell City. There will be discussion on how to manage your land to achieve the goals and objectives you desire. This workshop will help teach you how to develop and begin writing a management plan for your property. For more information contact Lynn Dickinson at (334) 303-8360 or rhodela@aces.edu.

November 9...Online 12 Noon - 1 PM CT.
Costs of Forestry Services will be presented via Zoom. This talk will cover the current costs and trends of forestry services. For more information contact Norm Haley at (256) 574-2143 or nvh0001@aces.edu.

November 10...Knoxville, Tennessee 5:30 PM.
Tennessee Forestry Association (TFA) Regional Meeting at Calhoun's on the River, 400 Neyland Drive. Fee: $TBD. Contact Dana Howard at (615) 883-3832 or dhoward@tnforestry.com.

November 14...St. Clair County 10 AM - 12 Noon.
Developing a Management Plan for Your Woodlot at Friendship Baptist Church, 19436 US Highway 411, Springville. The workshop will talk about how to manage your land to achieve the goals and objectives you desire. This workshop will help teach you how to develop and begin writing a management plan for your property. For more information contact Lynn Dickinson at (334) 303-8360 or rhodela@aces.edu.

November 15...Carrollton, Mississippi 6:30 PM.
Carroll County Forestry Association Annual Meeting at the Carrollton Community House. Topics: New mill update and Carbon credits. Speakers: Shawn Britt and Mike Williams. Fee: $10. For more information call (662) 237-6926.

November 16-17...Online.
Timber Market Analysis will be presented via Zoom Webinar. This class walks through the process to understand, track, and analyze the price, demand, supply, and competitive dynamics of local timber markets and wood baskets. Instructors: Dr. Brooks Mendell, Amanda Lang, and Shawn Baker. Fee: $650; $100 discount if paid by November 3. Contact Heather Clark at (770) 725-8447 or hclark@forisk.com.

November 30...Online 12 Noon - 1 PM CT.
The Importance of Healthy Streamside Forests will be presented via Zoom. This talk will outline the benefits of trees for streams and rivers. It will also cover some invasives to watch for and strategies for replanting with native plants. For more information contact Norm Haley at (256) 574-2143 or nvh0001@aces.edu.

 

> December 2022

December 4-5...Montgomery County.
Alabama Farmers Federation Annual Meeting at the Renaissance Montgomery Hotel & Convention Center, 201 Tallapoosa Street, Montgomery. For more information contact Caroline Bodden at (334) 613-4953 or cbodden@alfafarmers.org.

December 8...Burns, Tennessee 5:30 PM.
Tennessee Forestry Association (TFA) Regional Meeting at Montgomery Bell State Park Lodge. Fee: $TBD. Contact Dana Howard at (615) 883-3832 or dhoward@tnforestry.com.

December 9...Shelby County 10 - 11 AM.
ForestHer: Chainsaw Safety at the Shelby County Extension Office, 56 Kelly Lane, Columbiana. This luncheon & mini-workshop was created with women landowners in mind. It will cover the basics of chainsaw safety and personal protection equipment. Participants will also learn how to properly start and operate a chainsaw. For more information contact Lynn Dickinson at (334) 303-8360 or rhodela@aces.edu.

December 13...Online 12 Noon - 1:15 PM CT.
ForestHer: Forest Inventories will be presented via Zoom. This lunch and learn is for women that own forestland or are just interested in learning more about forestry in a relaxed, fun setting. Join during your lunch break as Auburn University Professor, Dr. Becky Barlow, explains forest inventories, their importance in management decisions. Pre-registration required. Contact Bence Carter at (334) 389-4055 or jbc0057@aces.edu.

December 13...Crossville, Tennessee 5:30 PM.
Tennessee Forestry Association (TFA) Regional Meeting at Forte's on the Square, 27 East 4th Street. Fee: $TBD. Contact Dana Howard at (615) 883-3832 or dhoward@tnforestry.com.

December 13-14...Athens, Georgia.
Wildlife Management at Flinchum’s Phoenix, Whitehall Forest, 650 Phoenix Road. Topics will include managing forest stands for wildlife and timber, managing for white-tailed deer and game bird species in the Southeast, things to consider when planting food plots and other wildlife plantings, and other principles and applications of wildlife-habitat management techniques. Fee: $350; $50 discount if paid by November 29. Contact Ingvar Elle at (706) 583-0566 or ingvar@uga.edu.

December 14...Online 12 Noon - 1 PM CT.
Forest Stand Improvement will be presented via Zoom. This talk will discuss the concept and techniques related to Forest Stand Improvement (FSI) for wildlife enhancement. For more information contact Norm Haley at (256) 574-2143 or nvh0001@aces.edu.

 

> February 2023

February 23-24...Brunswick, Georgia.
The Woman Landowner Symposium at Marshes of Glynn Baptist Church, 3780 Highway 82. Topics will include Markets, Reforestation, Estate Planning, Buying Land 101, Chainsaw Safety, Timber Sale Contracts, Income Streams, and more. Fee: $225; $50 discount if paid by December 15, 2022. For more information contact Danielle Atkins at (706) 631-4440 or landandladies@gmail.com.

 

> April 2023


AFOA EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM & ANNUAL MEETING

April 14-15...Marshall County.
Location: Headquartered at the Lake Guntersville State Park Lodge, 1155 Lodge Drive, Guntersville, AL.  Location on Google Maps.

Reserve Your Room:
Call (256) 505-6621. To receive the AFOA special rate be sure to mention you are with the Alabama Forest Owners' Association - Group Code 9777   You may also book your Lake Guntersville room here: Lodging

Description: No details set at this time.

REGISTRATION:

     Online Program Agenda and Attendee Registration

     Mail-in Program Agenda and Attendee Registration

The Program Agenda/Attendee Registration Form will contain the most up-to-date information. Please remember details will change as the meeting draws closer. Some items may become inaccurate as plans change. If you print the agenda make sure you come back and print it again closer to the meeting date.


     Exhibitor and/or Sponsor Registration - This link is for Exhibitors and/or Sponsors only.

 

 

> July 2023

July 21-23...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: $TBD; kids receive discounted admission. For more info call Channing Brown at (205) 678-4141.


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