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  • Last Update: 02/23/2024
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> February 2024

February 21...Lake City, Florida 10 AM - 3 PM ET.
Feral Hog Workshop at 437 NW Hall of Fame Drive. This workshop provide information about feral hog management from presentations by researchers and land managers, interact with local feral hog contractors/trappers, and network with private landowners. Lunch provided for those who RSVP by February 18. Contact Lanie Carter at (386) 234-1030 or lanie.carter@myfwc.com.

February 21-23...Athens, Georgia.
Southeastern Society of American Foresters Annual Meeting at The Classic Center, 300 N. Thomas Street. Fee: $575 non-member. For more information contact Susan McMichael at (706) 457-1842 or se.saf.businessmanager@gmail.com.

February 23...Online at 11:15 - 11:30 AM CT.
Fifteen Minutes in the Forest: Cooking Wood will join Virginia Forest Landowner Education Program's Neil Clark to learn more about the importance of wood for cooking. This event will be held via Facebook Live and YouTube Premier. For more information contact Neil Clark at (757) 653-2572 or neclark@vt.edu View on Youtube.  View on Facebook.

February 24...Barbour County 8 AM - 5 PM.
Traditional Hunter Education Course at Eufaula Country Outdoors, 227 East Broad Street, Eufaula. No fee. This is a one day class with a one hour lunch break. Bring your lunch. To register, call Blair Sistrunk at (334) 775-3434. 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.

February 24...Lee County 9 AM.
Alabama Conservation Advisory Board (CAB) Meeting in room B6 of Dudley Hall and Commons, Auburn University College of Architecture, Design and Construction, 362 Duggar Concourse, Auburn. The stadium parking deck is available for use by attendees at 350 Duncan Drive, Auburn. The decisions of this board impact all hunting activities that take place on your land. The CAB assists in formulating policies for the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR), examines all rules and regulations, and makes recommendations for their change or amendment. This includes hunting seasons and bag limits. Anyone wishing to speak must register between 8 - 8:30 AM. For more information, call (334) 242-3486.

February 24-25...Pike County.
Trappers Education Workshop at Coastal Plain Land & Timber, 3880 County Road 1165, Troy. The 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. Recommended ages 7 and up. Pre-registration is required. Fee: $10. Contact Mike Sievering at (205) 340-1183 or mike.sievering@dcnr.alabama.gov.

February 26 - March 1...Barbour County 8 AM.
Learn to Burn attendees will experience a day-long “start to finish” learning opportunity. Actively participate with ignition patterns, holding techniques, and mop up. The prescribed burn will be conducted on the first available burn window between February 26 - March 1. Depending on weather conditions, selected participants will be given 2 days advanced notice before the program is held. Register early as space is usually limited. For more information contact Bence Carter at (334) 389-4055 or jbc0057@aces.edu.

February 26 - March 1...Cullman County 8 AM - 3:30 PM.
Learn & Burn: Live Fire Event at a location to be given to registered attendees. Participants will experience a day-long “start to finish” learning opportunity. Actively participate with ignition patterns, holding techniques, and mop up. The prescribed burn will be conducted on the first available burn window between February 26 - March 1. Depending on weather conditions, selected participants will be given 2 days advanced notice before the program is held. Register early as space is usually limited. Lunch provided. For more information contact Brad Nail at (334) 481-2154 or bnail@alaforestry.org.

February 27...Online 12 Noon - 1 PM CT.
Moving Towards a Silvopasture System: Getting Started will be presented via Zoom. Establishing silvopasture systems takes knowledge, hard work, and money, however, there are many resources that can help. Join this webinar to learn about the various programs and organizations available to assist with expertise and funds. Part 5 of a 6 part series. If you need assistance connecting to the webinar email contact@sref.info.

February 29...Tuscaloosa County 6 - 8 PM.
Alabama Forestry Association Tuscaloosa Area Regional Reception at The Cypress Pavilion, 501 Rice Mine Road. Catch up on news of importance to your forestland investment and meet others in the forest industry in a relaxed, comfortable environment. Contact Liz Chambers at (334) 481-2135 or lchambers@alaforestry.org.

 

> March 2024

March 2...Pickens County 8 AM - 5 PM.
Traditional Hunter Education Course at the Gordo Police Department Firing Range. No fee. This is a one day class with lunch provided. Enjoy live fire including archery, rifles, and shotguns. To register, call Joseph Richardson at (205) 232-1031. 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.

March 2...Madison County 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM.
The American Chestnut Foundation (TACF) Annual State Chapter Meeting will take place at the South Huntsville Library, 7901-L Bailey Cove Road SE, Huntsville. For more information email Dave Swinford at dave.swinford@gmail.com.

March 4 or 5...Cleburne County 8:30 AM - 3 PM.
Landowner Field Day and Live Burn in Heflin. The field day will provide education and awareness of wildlife habitat management techniques, including prescribed fire. This will be a hands-on event, all participants will be on their feet with an opportunity to be directly involved in a burn. Event will take place on 1 of the 2 days. Participants will be given 48 hours notice of the date, pending weather conditions. Lunch will be provided. For more information contact (256) 463-2877 or cleburne@alconservationdistricts.org.

March 5...Statewide.
Primary Election

March 5...Online 12 Noon - 1 PM CT.
Silvopasture Producers Share Their Stories will be presented via Zoom. Learn from the experiences of various silvopasture producers in this webinar. This panel discussion will be a question-and-answer format, where participants can ask their burning questions. Final segment of this 6 part series. If you need assistance connecting to the webinar email contact@sref.info.

March 5...Bentonia, Mississippi 6 PM.
Forest Health in the Fellowship Hall of Melrose Baptist Church, 7634 Highway 433 S. Speaker: Brady Self. For more information or to RSVP, call the Yazoo County Extension at (662) 746-2453.

March 6...Autauga County 12 Noon - 1 PM.
Lunch & Learn: Pond Weed Identification and Control at the Autauga County Extension, 2226 Alabama Highway 14, Autaugaville. If you have pond weeds you would like identified, bring a sample. In addition, bring a sample of your pond water for testing. Pack a lunch to enjoy during the presentation. For more information contact Lynn Dickinson at (334) 303-8360 or rhodela@aces.edu.

March 7...Online 1 PM CT.
Reporting Forest Operations to the IRS (Timber tax) will be held via Zoom. The program will be 4.5 hours. 4 hours of CFE available. Presenter: Robert Tufts, PhD (Forestry). For more information contact Robert at (334) 740-4744 or robert@tuftslaw.net.

March 7...Houston County 6 PM.
Wild Game Cook-Off at The Plant, 308 N. St. Andrews Street, Dothan. Attend the cook-off and enjoy live music, door prizes, youth activities, and sample wild game recipes. Fee: $50 for up to 2 adults. Youth 15 and under free. Call the Alabama Wildlife Federation at 1-800-822-9453.

March 7...Waynesboro, Mississippi 6 PM.
Wood Products: Poles & Pilings at the Wayne County Library, 1103 Mississippi Drive A. Speaker: Carpenter Pole & Piling. For more information or to RSVP, call Wayne County Extension at (601) 735-2243.

March 8...Montgomery County 8:30 AM - 1:30 PM.
Forestry & Wildlife Seminar at Alfa Home Office, 2108 E. South Blvd., Montgomery. Topics will cover Forest Products Market Update, Alabama Economic Development Overview, Alabama Forestry Commission Update, Southeastern Logging Trends, Chronic Wasting Disease, Herbicide Overview, Food Plot Management, and more. Lunch provided. Registration required. For more information or to register, call Deborah Long at (334) 613-4216.

March 9...Shelby County 8 AM - 5 PM.
Traditional Hunter Education Course at the State Shooting Range, 19204 Highway 25, Columbiana. No fee. This is a one day class with a one hour lunch break. Enjoy live fire including archery, rifles, and shotguns. To register, call Chas Moore at (205) 339-5716. 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.

March 9 (Was March 5)...Gainesville, Florida 8:30 AM - 12 Noon ET.
North Florida Prescribed Burn Association (NFPBA) General Meeting will he held at the Austin Cary Forest, 10625 NE Waldo Road. Learn more about the North Florida PBA activities and policies at this meeting. For more information email the NFPBA at nfpba2017@gmail.com.

March 11-15...Marion County 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM.
Learn to Burn attendees will experience a day-long “start to finish” learning opportunity. Actively participate with ignition patterns, holding techniques, and mop up. The prescribed burn will be conducted on the first available burn window between March 11-15. Depending on weather conditions, selected participants will be given 2 days advanced notice before the program is held. Register early as space is usually limited. Lunch provided. For more information contact Kerry Steedley at (334) 350-0485 or kes0150@aces.edu.

March 12...Online 5:30 - 6:30 PM CT.
Small Ruminant Webinar Series will be presented via Zoom. The program explores emerging issues in small ruminant production systems (animal health, nutrition, marketing, and food safety). For more information contact Dr. Kimberly Holmes at (334) 844-4000 or ksh0035@aces.edu.

March 12...Macon County 5:30 - 7 PM.
Heirs' Property: Overview & Working with an Attorney at the Macon County Extension Office, 207 North Main Street, Tuskegee. Attend to learn about the ‘what’, ‘who’, and ‘why’ of heirs’ property and how you can take the next steps in finding an attorney to work with. For more information contact Rilea Robinson at (334) 202-5005 or rar0086@auburn.edu.

March 12...Collins, Mississippi 6 PM.
Pine Bark Beetles at the Covington County Extension, 68 Industrial Park Drive. Speaker: Butch Bailey. For more information or to RSVP, call Covington County Extension at (601) 765-8252.

March 12-13...Atlanta, Georgia.
Wood Bioenergy Conference & Expo at the Omni Atlanta Hotel at Centennial Park. This event caters to the wood-to-energy industry, including industrial wood pellets, biomass power, biofuels, in-woods chipping and biomass procurement. Approximately 40 speakers will address new projects, technologies and markets in those industries. Fee: $479. For more information contact Dianne at (334) 834-1170 or dianne@hattonbrown.com.

March 13...Online 12 Noon - 1 PM CT.
Guide to Herbicide Application Windows During a Southern Pine Rotation to Improve Productivity will be presented via Zoom. Join this webinar to learn how herbicide use in pine stands, including herbicide options for site preparation through midrotation. If you need assistance connecting to the webinar email contact@sref.info.

March 14...Monroe County 9 AM.
Pine Decline Workshop at Monroe County Conservation Education Center, 1 Teen Trail, Monroeville. Speakers: Dr. Lori Eckhardt, Auburn University & Phillip Johnson, Forester. CFE points available. Registration required. For more information or to RSVP, contact Margaret Higdon at (251) 578-1520x3 or conecuh@alconservationdistricts.org.

March 14...Online 9 AM - 4 PM CT.
Applied Forest Finance 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: $580; $80 discount if paid by February 29. CE hours available. Contact Pamela Smith at (770) 725-8447 or psmith@forisk.com.

March 14...Senatobia, Mississippi 6 PM.
Hiring a Consulting Forester at the Tate County Extension Office, 205 French's Alley. Speaker: Butch Bailey. For more information or to RSVP, call (662) 562-4274.

March 16...Talladega County 4 PM.
Wild Game Cook-Off at Talladega Superspeedway, 3366 Speedway Boulevard, Talladega. Attend the cook-off and enjoy live music, door prizes, youth activities, and sample wild game recipes. Fee: $40/person; Youth 15 and under free. Call the Alabama Wildlife Federation at 1-800-822-9453.

March 18-22...Calhoun County 8 AM - 3:30 PM.
Learn & Burn: Live Fire Event at a location to be given to registered attendees. Participants will experience a day-long “start to finish” learning opportunity. Actively participate with ignition patterns, holding techniques, and mop up. The prescribed burn will be conducted on the first available burn window between March 18-22. Depending on weather conditions, selected participants will be given 2 days advanced notice before the program is held. Register early as space is usually limited. Lunch provided. For more information contact Brad Nail at (334) 481-2154 or bnail@alaforestry.org.

March 18-22...Morgan County 9 AM - 4 PM.
Learn & Burn: Live Fire Event at a location to be given to registered attendees. Participants will experience a day-long “start to finish” learning opportunity. Actively participate with ignition patterns, holding techniques, and mop up. The prescribed burn will be conducted on the first available burn window between March 18-22. Depending on weather conditions, selected participants will be given 2 days advanced notice before the program is held. Register early as space is usually limited. Lunch provided. For more information contact Autumn Watrous at (334) 481-2138 or awatrous@alaforestry.org.

March 19...Talladega County 5:30 - 7:30 PM.
Introduction to Forestry, Forest Management, and Riparian Buffers at the International Motorsports Hall of Fame, 3198 Speedway Blvd., Lincoln. Topics will include Stewardship Management Plans, Forestry Best Management Practices, Urban Forestry, and an overview of NRCS programs. For more information contact Amy Gaddy at (256) 689-8041 or amy@mtmenvironmentalllc.com.

March 22-24...Roanoke, Virginia.
Forest Farming Conference: Gather to Grow at the Hotel Roanoke. The conference will feature learning, networking, and strategic planning programs that will shape the future of forest farming of woodland crops such as botanicals, mushrooms, and decorative products in Appalachia and beyond. Fee: $210. For more information email John Munsell at jfmunsel@vt.edu.

March 26...Madison County.
Special General Election will be held for the vacant Alabama House District 10 seat due to the resignation of State Representative David Cole.

March 26...Tuscaloosa County 10 AM.
State Oil and Gas Board of Alabama Meeting in the Board Room of Walter B. Jones Hall, 420 Hackberry Lane, Tuscaloosa. Learn more about the out of sight, out of mind natural resources of Alabama. This regularly scheduled meeting is open to the public. For more information call (205) 349-2852.

March 26...Randolph County 5:30 - 7 PM.
Heirs' Property: Overview & Working with an Attorney at the Randolph County Extension Office, 1 Main Street South, Wedowee. Attend to learn about the ‘what’, ‘who’, and ‘why’ of heirs’ property and how you can take the next steps in finding an attorney to work with. For more information contact Rilea Robinson at (334) 202-5005 or rar0086@auburn.edu.

March 28...Choctaw County 6 PM.
Alabama Forestry Association Butler Area Regional Reception at Ezell's Fish Camp, 776 Ezell Road, Lavaca. Catch up on news of importance to your forestland investment and meet others in the forest industry in a relaxed, comfortable environment. Contact Liz Chambers at (334) 481-2135 or lchambers@alaforestry.org.

 

> April 2024

April 2...Marshall County.
Special Primary Election will be held for the vacant Alabama House of Representatives District 27 seat. The seat became vacant after Wes Kitchens resigned. A primary runoff, if needed, will take place on April 30, 2024. The special general election will occur on July 16, 2024.

April 2...Dallas County 9 AM - 1 PM.
Wild Pig Workshop at the Southern Sportsman Hunting Lodge, 9022 US Highway 80, Tyler. This workshop will discuss practical and effective feral swine management strategies. Registration required. Lunch provided. For more information contact Lynn Dickinson at (334) 303-8360 or rhodela@aces.edu.

April 3...Autauga County 12 Noon - 1 PM.
Lunch and Learn: Soil Testing at the Autauga County Extension Office, 2226 Alabama Highway 14 West, Autaugaville. Regional Extension Agent Chip East will be teaching us all about soil testing. He will discuss why you should test your soil before planting, how to gather a sample, and how to read the results. Bring a lunch to enjoy during the presentation. For more information contact Lynn Dickinson at (334) 303-8360 or rhodela@aces.edu.

April 5...Madison County, Florida.
Landowner Tour at Terry Putnal's property. Terry is the Outstanding Tree Farmer of the Year. Join other landowners and professionals to explore a diversified timber and pine straw operation. Some walking required, so wear appropriate clothing. Space is limited. Fee: $15; lunch included. For more information contact Chris Demers at (352) 846-2375 or cdemers@ufl.edu.

April 5...Autauga County 10 AM - 1 PM.
Recreational Pond Management at Pratt Park, 460 Doster Road, Prattville. Whether you are experiencing weed issues, not sure if or when you should fertilize, or when to stock fish, this workshop will answer all your questions. We will also tackle wildlife issues such as beaver and otter control. Fee: $5. For more information contact Lynn Dickinson at (334) 303-8360 or rhodela@aces.edu.

April 9...Online 5:30 - 6:30 PM CT.
Small Ruminant Webinar Series will be presented via Zoom. The program explores emerging issues in small ruminant production systems (animal health, nutrition, marketing, and food safety). For more information contact Dr. Kimberly Holmes at (334) 844-4000 or ksh0035@aces.edu.

April 11...Escambia County 6 PM.
Alabama Forestry Association Brewton Area Regional Reception at The Hourglass, 220 St. Joseph Avenue, Brewton. Catch up on news of importance to your forestland investment and meet others in the forest industry in a relaxed, comfortable environment. Contact Liz Chambers at (334) 481-2135 or lchambers@alaforestry.org.


AFOA EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM & ANNUAL MEETING

April 16-17...Barbour County.
Location: Headquartered at the Lakepoint State Park Lodge & Convention Center, 104 Lakepoint Drive, Eufaula, AL 36027.
Location on Google Maps.

Reserve Your Room:
Call (334) 687-8011. To access AFOA's block of rooms, mention the Alabama Forest Owners' Association - Group Code 6542.   You may also book your Lakepoint State Park Lodge room here: Lodging

If you prefer lodging elsewhere, you may find other hotels in Eufaula by using this link: Eufaula Lodging
AFOA is providing the hotel information for reference only.

Description: Both the Mail-in Program Agenda and the Online Registration will contain the most up-to-date meeting information for regular attendees. 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.

REGISTRATION:

     ONLINE Attendee Registration - Contains a link to the Agenda.

     MAIL-IN Program Agenda and Attendee Registration

 

 


Exhibitors and/or Sponsors

     Registration Form         This link and QR code are for Exhibitors and/or Sponsors only.

    
 

April 18...Montgomery County 8 AM - 4:30 PM.
Alabama Invasive Plant Council Annual Conference at the AL-DOT Central Office, 1409 Coliseum Boulevard, Montgomery. Fee: $45. CEUs available for additional fee. For more information contact Nancy Loewenstein at (334) 844-1061 or loewenj@auburn.edu.

April 18...Elmore County 6 PM.
Wild Game Cook-Off at Alabama Wildlife Federation Headquarters, 3050 Lanark Road, Millbrook. Attend the cook-off and enjoy live music, door prizes, youth activities, and sample wild game recipes. Fee: $50 for up to 2 adults. Youth 15 and under free. Call the Alabama Wildlife Federation at 1-800-822-9453.

April 20…Oliver Springs, Tennessee 8 AM.
Healthy Hardwoods Field Day at the University of Tennessee Forest Resources Center, 515 Cassell Road. Register by April 15. Lunch included. For more information contact Dana Howard at (615) 883-3832 or dhoward@tnforestry.com.

April 20...Tuscaloosa County 9 AM - 6 PM.
Traditional Hunter Education Course at the Brookwood Public Service Building, 15689 Highway 216, Brookwood. No fee. This is a one day class with a one hour lunch break. Enjoy live fire including archery, rifles, and shotguns. To register, call Clifford Quinn at (334) 431-0349. 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.

 

> May 2024

May 1-2...New York City, New York.
International Forest Investment Conference at The Westin New York at Times Square. This unique conference will be a valuable experience for timberland investors as well as those who are intrigued but need more insight from experts before entering the market. Fee: $1,800. Group discounts available. For more information contact Lisa Kelly, Forest Economic Advisors, at (978) 944-2610 or lkelly@getfea.com.

May 2...Jackson County, Florida 9 AM - 2 PM CT.
Florida Land Steward of the Year Tour at the property of Ronnie Stephenson. Topics will include wildlife habitat management, controlling invasive species, upland pine management, cultivating wildlife mast trees, and more. For more information contact Chris Demers at (352) 846-2375 or cdemers@ufl.edu.

May 2...Walker County 6 - 8 PM.
Alabama Forestry Association Jasper Area Regional Reception at Musgrove Country Club, 916 Country Club Road, Jasper. Catch up on news of importance to your forestland investment and meet others in the forest industry in a relaxed, comfortable environment. Contact Liz Chambers at (334) 481-2135 or lchambers@alaforestry.org.

May 4...Tallapoosa County 5 PM.
Wild Game Cook-Off at Russell Marine Boating & Outdoors, 19 Russell Marine Road, Alexander City. Attend the cook-off and enjoy live music, door prizes, youth activities, and sample wild game recipes. Fee: $50 for up to 2 adults. Youth 15 and under free. Call the Alabama Wildlife Federation at 1-800-822-9453.

May 7...Tuscaloosa County 10 AM.
State Oil and Gas Board of Alabama Meeting in the Board Room of Walter B. Jones Hall, 420 Hackberry Lane, Tuscaloosa. Learn more about the out of sight, out of mind natural resources of Alabama. This regularly scheduled meeting is open to the public. For more information call (205) 349-2852.

May 7...Limestone County 5:30 PM.
Wild Game Cook-Off at the Canebrake Club, 23015 Founders Circle, Athens. Attend the cook-off and enjoy live music, door prizes, youth activities, and sample wild game recipes. Fee: $40 for up to 2 adults. Youth 15 and under free. Call the Alabama Wildlife Federation at 1-800-822-9453.


AFOA EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

May 8...Nationwide 10:00 AM to 10:15 AM (Central Time).
CAPITAL IDEAS -- LIVE!
News Conference for Forest Owners.

This 15 minute telephone/Internet conference will feature state & national experts, researchers & authors on breaking issues, current research, can't-miss educational events, books & publications, timber market update and more.
To listen live call AFOA to register at (205) 624-2225.
Listen on the web or download to listen on your device of choice: May 8, 2024 CI -- Live!  This will be a link once the program is finished and available.
Click Here for Index to Past Conferences.

 

 


AFOA EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

May 9
...Jefferson County 6 - 7:50 PM.
Dinner and Discussion
at the Paw Paw Patch, 410 Green Springs Highway, Homewood. No-host dinner at 6 PM. Then listen to a 15 minute program, and talk about the issues with other forest landowners. Limited seating. To attend, RSVP AFOA at (205) 624-2225 or rll@afoa.org.

May 10-12...Mobile County.
EcoWild Outdoor Expo at the Mobile Convention Center in Mobile. EcoWild is a hunting, fishing, and conservation expo. Fee: $15. For more information email info@ecowildexpo.com.

May 14...Online 5:30 - 6:30 PM CT.
Small Ruminant Webinar Series will be presented via Zoom. The program explores emerging issues in small ruminant production systems (animal health, nutrition, marketing, and food safety). For more information contact Dr. Kimberly Holmes at (334) 844-4000 or ksh0035@aces.edu.

May 14...Madison County 6 PM.
Wild Game Cook-Off at Butler Green Campus 805, 2620 Clinton Avenue West, Huntsville. Attend the cook-off and enjoy live music, door prizes, youth activities, and sample wild game recipes. Fee: $50. Youth 15 and under free. Call the Alabama Wildlife Federation at 1-800-822-9453.

> July 2024

July 19-21...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.

 

> October 2024

October 7-10...Knoxville, Tennessee.
International Oak Symposium will address the most current issues and complexities related to science-based management of oak species and forests at global, regional, and local scales. Fee: $TBD. For more information contact Callie Schweitzer at (256) 603-0969 or callie.schweitzer@usda.gov.

 

> November 2024

November 5...Statewide.
General Election

 

> January 2025

January 26-28...Baldwin County.
The State of Alabama's Governance will be held at the Grand Hotel, 1 Grand Boulevard, Point Clear. The seminar focuses on the state of the state and specifically addresses issues of importance to the state that will be topics during the upcoming legislative session. Fee: $TBD. Contact Tom Saunders at (334) 481-2135 or tsaunders@alaforestry.org.

 


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