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  • Last Update: 01/19/2018
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> January 2018

January...Multiple Counties 5:30 - 8:30 PM.
How Does a Lender Evaluate a Small Business Loan Application. Fee: $10; meal provided. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Programs with fewer than 10 people pre-registered will be canceled. Contact Robert Tufts at (334) 734-2120 or tuftsra@auburn.edu.

- Lauderdale County January 9
- Limestone County January 10
- Escambia County January 15
- Talladega County January 17
- DeKalb County January 18
- Henry County January 23
- Macon County January 24
- Chilton County January 30

January...Multiple Counties 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.

- Coosa County - January 18
- Randolph County - January 24
- Macon County - January 26
- Russell County - January 31

January 19-21...Jackson County.
Alabama Youth Trappers Education Workshop in Scottsboro will pass 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 19 - February 18…Marshall County.
Eagle Awareness Weekends at Lake Guntersville State Park, 1155 Lodge Drive, Guntersville. This program runs each weekend. Watch Bald Eagles glide across the sky and view their nesting sites. Guided interpretive programs held each weekend will help you get in touch with one of America’s greatest symbols. Call Lake Guntersville State Park for pricing at (256) 571-5440.

January 22-23...Covington County.
Cancelled From Lack of Registrants  Forest-Her on Fire at the Solon Dixon Forestry Education Center, 12130 Dixon Center Road, Andalusia. This workshop will focus on teaching women about Alabama’s historic fire regimes and how prescribed fire can and should be use as an effective land management tool. Classroom and field instruction. Fee: $115; three meals and Monday night lodging included. Contact Bence Carter at (334) 389-4055 or jbc0057@aces.edu.

January 23-25...Windsor, South Carolina.
Longleaf Academy: Longleaf 101 at the UGA Conference Center-Savannah River Ecology Lab, 3280 Williston Road. Topics include: History of longleaf, Use of fire, Artificial regeneration, Natural regeneration, Stand management, Diseases, Economics, and more. Fee: $150; includes lunches. Contact Karen at (334) 427-1029 or karen@longleafalliance.org.

January 26...Houston County 8:30 AM - 1:30 PM.
Alabama’s Forests, A Winter Wonderland at Landmark Park. This is a Project Learning Tree Workshop. Fee: $40; lunch included. Contact Ashley Smith at (334) 481-2137x137 or asmith@alaforestry.org.

January 27...Tallahassee, Florida 11 AM - 3 PM EST.
Red Hills Fire Festival at Tall Timbers Research Station & Land Conservancy at 13093 Henry Beadel Drive. The Fire Festival was created to help spread awareness about prescribed fire and healthy forests. The festival will include: live prescribed fire, equipment demonstrations, wagon ride tours, fire talks with experts, kid’s activities, food vendors, and live music. Contact Brian Wiebler at (850) 893-4153x345 or bwiebler@talltimbers.org.

January 28-30...Pine Mountain, Georgia.
Southeastern Society of American Foresters Annual Meeting at the Lodge and Spa at Callaway Gardens. Theme: "Trees: Growing...Selling...Using". Professional foresters and landowners are welcome to attend to hear conference speakers address economic, environmental, and policy issues. Fee: $300. For more information email Karen Johansen at sesafbusmgr@bellsouth.net.

January 30...Houston County 9 AM - 4 PM.
Wiregrass Region Alabama Master Naturalist Program at Landmark Park, 430 Landmark Drive, Dothan. Topic of session: Alabama's Geology, Soils, & Weather. This program’s goal is to help promote awareness, understanding, and respect of Alabama’s natural world. Fee: $30/session. Contact Doyle Keasal at (334) 750-6735 or keasade@aces.edu.

January 30...Kissimmee, Florida 9 AM - 4 PM EST.
Herbicide Use in Natural Areas at Osceola County Extension Building, 1921 Kissimmee Valley Lane. Attendees are welcome and encouraged to bring along clean and sanitized backpack sprayers for a calibration breakout session. Lunch provided. For more information email Cody Miller at cody-marie.miller@tnc.org.

 

> February 2018

February...Multiple Counties 5:30 - 8:30 PM.
How Does a Lender Evaluate a Small Business Loan Application. Fee: $10; meal provided. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Programs with fewer than 10 people pre-registered will be canceled. Contact Robert Tufts at (334) 734-2120 or tuftsra@auburn.edu.

- Baldwin County February 1
- Coffee County February 13
- Marion County February 26
- Tuscaloosa County February 27

February...Multiple Counties 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.

- Cleburne County - February 2
- Elmore County - February 6
- Talladega County - February 8
- Autauga County - February 16
- Lee County - February 20
- Clay County - February 22
- Chambers County - February 28

February 2...Covington County 11 AM - 1 PM.
Covington County Forestry Committee Meeting at the Covington County Ag Center, 23952 Alabama Highway 55, Andalusia. For more information contact Charles Simon at (334) 222-1125 or simoncm@auburn.edu.

February 2...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#


AFOA EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

February 8
...Shelby County 6 - 8 PM.
Dinner and Discussion
at Nino's Italian Restaurant, 2698 Pelham Parkway, Pelham. Dutch Treat dinner at 6 PM. Then discuss news and issues with other landowners. Limited seating. To attend RSVP AFOA at (205) 624-2225 or rll@afoa.org.

February 8...Tallapoosa County 9 AM - 4 PM.
CANCELLED  East Central Region Alabama Master Naturalist Program at Wind Creek State Park. Topic of session: Alabama’s Cultural Landscape. This program’s goal is to help promote awareness, understanding, and respect of Alabama’s natural world. This is the 6th of 8 sessions. Fee: $30/session. Contact Doyle Keasal at (334) 750-6735 or keasade@aces.edu.

February 8...Montgomery County 10 AM.
Board Meeting of Alabama Forever Wild Land Trust at the Richard Beard Building, Agriculture and Industries Auditorium, 1445 Federal Drive, Montgomery. This meeting will provide an opportunity for any individual who would like to make comments concerning the program. The public is invited to attend this meeting and is urged to submit comments. For more information call (334) 242-3484. Editor's Note: At some point will Alabama have enough public land?

February 9...Live Oak, Florida 8:15 AM - 4:30 PM ET.
Small Scale Mushroom Production at the Suwannee Valley Agricultural Extension Center. Topics include: Mushroom ID, Shiitake Log Production, Shiitake on Natural Logs Inoculation, Oyster in Bag Production, Handling, Processing, and Marketing. Fee: $135; $15 discount if paid by January 20. Contact Dilcia Toro at (386) 362-1725x102 or dtoro@ufl.edu.

February 12-16...Bullock County.
Learn and Burn Live-Fire Event at Sehoy and Easter Plantations, Hurtsboro. Ten simultaneous prescribed burns will be conducted on the first available burn window between the 12th - 16th. Participants must expect to be active all day walking, wearing woods clothes, and carrying tools. Limited number of participants will be notified by email. Must register by January 28. For more information email John Stivers at rxburning@aol.com.

February 12 - April 30...Online.
Woodland Options for Landowners Online is a twelve week self-paced course covering topics such as: Setting management goals, Writing a management plan, Using aerial photos, Determining boundary lines, Forest ecology, and Working with natural resource professionals. Fee: $45 per household. Contact Andrew Vinson at (540) 231-6494 or josephav@vt.edu.

February 13...Houston County 9 AM - 4 PM.
Wiregrass Region Alabama Master Naturalist Program at Landmark Park, 430 Landmark Drive, Dothan. Topic of session: Alabama’s Forest Lands. This program’s goal is to help promote awareness, understanding, and respect of Alabama’s natural world. Fee: $30/session. Contact Doyle Keasal at (334) 750-6735 or keasade@aces.edu.

February 14-18...Nashville, Tennessee.
Annual National Wild Turkey Federation National Convention at Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center. Fee: $335. Call Marsha at 1-800-843-6983.

February 16-18...Baldwin County.
Alabama Youth Trappers Education Workshop in Scottsboro will pass 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 20-21...Clay County.
Forest-Her: A Workshop for women who love the land at Dewberry Family Farm. Topics will include: Learn to Read Maps, Non-Timber Forest Products, Marketing Timber, and Forest Measurements. Fee: $65. To register contact Becky Barlow at (334) 844-1019 or becky.barlow@auburn.edu.

February 20-22...Escambia County.
Longleaf Academy: Fire & Longleaf F201 at Perdido River Farms, 5535 Poarch Road, Atmore. Topics will include: fire ecology, fire in young longleaf, ignition patterns, fireline tools, burn plans, and more. Live fire demo weather permitting. Fee: $150; two lunches included. Contact Karen Brown at (334) 427-1029 or karen@longleafalliance.org.

February 22...Knoxville, Tennessee 5:30 PM.
Tennessee Forestry Association (TFA) Regional Meeting at Calhoun's on the River, 400 Neyland Drive. Program will cover Tennessee Department of Agriculture's Commitment to Growing & Expanding the Forest Industry. Fee: $25. Contact Dana Howard at (615) 883-3832 or dhoward@tnforestry.com.

February 22...Tallapoosa County 9 AM - 4 PM.
CANCELLED  East Central Region Alabama Master Naturalist Program at Wind Creek State Park. Topic of session: Alabama’s Geology, Soils, & Weather. This program’s goal is to help promote awareness, understanding, and respect of Alabama’s natural world. This is the 7th of 8 sessions. Fee: $30/session. Contact Doyle Keasal at (334) 750-6735 or keasade@aces.edu.

February 23...Glen St. Mary, Florida 9 or 11:30 AM ET.
Landowner Tour of South Prong Plantation will feature a morning and afternoon tour. “While the owner’s primary objective is high-quality wildlife habitat, the plantation also produces timber and is a great example of integrating timber and wildlife habitat management.” Wear appropriate field attire. Fee: $10; lunch included. Call Baker County Extension at (904) 259-3520.

February 24...Talladega County 3 PM.
Wild Game Cook-Off at Talladega Superspeedway, Talladega. Attend the cook-off and enjoy live music, door prizes, youth activities, and sample wild game recipes. Fee: $40; Youth 15 and under free. Call the Alabama Wildlife Federation at 1-800-822-9453.

February 24-25...Lowndes County.
Alabama Adult Trappers Education Workshop in Lowndesboro will pass 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 27...Houston County 9 AM - 4 PM.
Wiregrass Region Alabama Master Naturalist Program at Landmark Park, 430 Landmark Drive, Dothan. Topic of session: Alabama’s Birds and Mammals. This program’s goal is to help promote awareness, understanding, and respect of Alabama’s natural world. Fee: $30/session. Contact Doyle Keasal at (334) 750-6735 or keasade@aces.edu.

 

> March 2018

March 1...Online 1 PM CT.
Native Vegetation Investments Pay Conservative Dividends webinar will include topics such as: soil conservation, water quality, air quality, soil health, forage, biomass, and wildlife. Presenter: Jef Hodges, NBCI's grasslands coordinator. Call Bill Hubbard at (706) 340-5070.

March 2...Covington County 11 AM - 1 PM.
Covington County Forestry Committee Meeting at the Covington County Ag Center, 23952 Alabama Highway 55, Andalusia. For more information contact Charles Simon at (334) 222-1125 or simoncm@auburn.edu.

March 2...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#

March 2-4...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, and many more. Registration opens to first-timers January 3, then will open to everyone on January 8. Fee $275; includes most meals, lodging, program materials, and instruction. Contact Hope Grier at 1-800-245-2740.

March 3...Montgomery County 9 AM.
Alabama Conservation Advisory Board Meeting at the Alabama State Capitol Auditorium, 600 Dexter Avenue, Montgomery. The decisions of this board impact all hunting activities that take place on your land. Anyone wishing to speak must register between 8 - 8:30 AM. For more information, call (334) 242-3486.

March 6...Atlanta, Georgia 7:45 AM - 3:30 PM ET.
Applied Forest Finance at Georgia Tech Global Learning Center. This class details the step-by-step financial analysis required to answer key investment and forest management questions. Learn how to identify, value, and rank timber and forestry investments. Fee: $680; $100 discount if paid by February 21. Contact Heather Clark at (770) 725-8447 or hclark@forisk.com.

March 8...Tallapoosa County 9 AM - 4 PM.
CANCELLED  East Central Region Alabama Master Naturalist Program at Wind Creek State Park. Topic of session: Alabama’s Forests & Ecosystems. This program’s goal is to help promote awareness, understanding, and respect of Alabama’s natural world. This is the last of 8 sessions. Fee: $30/session. Contact Doyle Keasal at (334) 750-6735 or keasade@aces.edu.

March 9...Gainesville, Florida 8:30 AM - 3 PM EST.
Landowner Short Course at Austin Cary Forest Learning Center, 10625 NE Waldo Road. Topics include: Forest Health, Timber Markets, Wildlife Management, Tree ID, and Prescribed Fire. Fee: $10; lunch included. Contact Chris Demers at (352) 846-2375 or cdemers@ufl.edu.

March 13...Houston County 9 AM - 4 PM.
Wiregrass Region Alabama Master Naturalist Program at Landmark Park, 430 Landmark Drive, Dothan. Topic of session: Alabama’s Arthropods. This program’s goal is to help promote awareness, understanding, and respect of Alabama’s natural world. Fee: $30/session. Contact Doyle Keasal at (334) 750-6735 or keasade@aces.edu.

March 14...Chipley, Florida 9 AM CST.
Forestland Tour of the George C. Owens Farm will meet at the Washington County Extension Ag Center. The trees are managed for high-value saw logs and, at the same time, provide shade, shelter, and forage for livestock. Wear field appropriate clothing. Fee: $10; lunch provided. Contact Chris Demers at (352) 846-2375 or cdemers@ufl.edu.

March 15...Montgomery County.
Annual Nonpoint Source Conference at Renaissance Hotel Conference Center, Montgomery. The conference format consists of presentations on projects, topics, efforts associated with nonpoint source pollution and its impact on water quality. Call Patti Hurley at (334) 394-4350. Editor’s Note: Nonpoint Source Water Quality Regulations have a direct affect on the management of, and income from, your land.

March 16-18...Montgomery County.
Alabama Water Rally at Embassy Suites, 300 Tallapoosa Street, Montgomery. This is an annual gathering of Alabama's network of water advocates and allies hosted by the Alabama Rivers Alliance (ARA). Fee: $165; several meals included. Call the ARA at (205) 322-6395. Editor’s Note: Clean Water advocates' discussions can have a direct affect on the management of, and income from, your land.

March 20-22...Waycross, Georgia.
Longleaf Academy: Longleaf 101 topics will include: fire ecology, fire in young longleaf, ignition patterns, fireline tools, burn plans, and more. Live fire demo weather permitting. Fee: $TBD. Contact Karen Brown at (334) 427-1029 or karen@longleafalliance.org.

March 22...Dickson, Tennessee 5:30 PM.
Tennessee Forestry Association (TFA) Regional Meeting at Montgomery Bell State Park Lodge. Fee: $20. Contact Dana Howard at (615) 883-3832 or dhoward@tnforestry.com.

March 22-23...Lauderdale County.
Forest-Her: A Workshop for women who love the land at Alabama Extension Office, 802 Veterans Drive, Florence. Topics will include: Learn to Read Maps, Non-Timber Forest Products, Marketing Timber, and Forest Measurements. Fee: $65. To register contact Becky Barlow at (334) 844-1019 or becky.barlow@auburn.edu.

March 27...Houston County 9 AM - 4 PM.
Wiregrass Region Alabama Master Naturalist Program at Landmark Park, 430 Landmark Drive, Dothan. Topic of session: Alabama’s Amphibians & Reptiles. This program’s goal is to help promote awareness, understanding, and respect of Alabama’s natural world. Fee: $30/session. Contact Doyle Keasal at (334) 750-6735 or keasade@aces.edu.

 

> April 2018

April 6...Covington County 11 AM - 1 PM.
Covington County Forestry Committee Meeting at the Covington County Ag Center, 23952 Alabama Highway 55, Andalusia. For more information contact Charles Simon at (334) 222-1125 or simoncm@auburn.edu.

April 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#

April 10...Houston County 9 AM - 4 PM.
Wiregrass Region Alabama Master Naturalist Program at Landmark Park, 430 Landmark Drive, Dothan. Topic of session: Alabama’s Freshwater Ecosystems & Wetlands. This program’s goal is to help promote awareness, understanding, and respect of Alabama’s natural world. Fee: $30/session. Contact Doyle Keasal at (334) 750-6735 or keasade@aces.edu.

April 17-19...Aiken, South Carolina.
Longleaf Academy: Groundcover Restoration G201 at Clemson University Cooperative Extension. Topics will include: Management planning for restoration projects, site prep options, selection of plant materials, seed sources, ecotypes, and demonstration of various types of equipment. Fee: $TBD; two lunches included. Contact Karen Brown at (334) 427-1029 or karen@longleafalliance.org.

April 24...Houston County 9 AM - 4 PM.
Wiregrass Region Alabama Master Naturalist Program at Landmark Park, 430 Landmark Drive, Dothan. Topic of session: Alabama’s Cultural Landscape. This program’s goal is to help promote awareness, understanding, and respect of Alabama’s natural world. Fee: $30/session. Contact Doyle Keasal at (334) 750-6735 or keasade@aces.edu.


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.
  For Reservations call (256) 247-5461 and use Group Code#2573. It is a 1 night minimum for Lodge 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
 

 

> May 2018

May 4...Covington County 11 AM - 1 PM.
Covington County Forestry Committee Meeting at the Covington County Ag Center, 23952 Alabama Highway 55, Andalusia. For more information contact Charles Simon at (334) 222-1125 or simoncm@auburn.edu.

May 4...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#

 

> June 2018

June 1...Covington County 11 AM - 1 PM.
Covington County Forestry Committee Meeting at the Covington County Ag Center, 23952 Alabama Highway 55, Andalusia. For more information contact Charles Simon at (334) 222-1125 or simoncm@auburn.edu.

June 1...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#

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 6...Covington County 11 AM - 1 PM.
Covington County Forestry Committee Meeting at the Covington County Ag Center, 23952 Alabama Highway 55, Andalusia. For more information contact Charles Simon at (334) 222-1125 or simoncm@auburn.edu.

July 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#

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.

 

> August 2018

August 3...Covington County 11 AM - 1 PM.
Covington County Forestry Committee Meeting at the Covington County Ag Center, 23952 Alabama Highway 55, Andalusia. For more information contact Charles Simon at (334) 222-1125 or simoncm@auburn.edu.

August 3...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#

August 28-30...Amelia Island, Florida.
Florida Forestry Association (FFA) Annual Meeting at the Omni's Amelia Island Plantation Resort. Fee: $TBD. Call FFA at (850) 222-5646.

 

> September 2018

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.

 

> 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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