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JAN. 19, 2021
Dunwell Meets with Landowners in Escambia County

[Brewton, Ala.] On Friday, January 15, consulting forester Danny Dunwell of Southeastern Forestry Services spoke to area landowners about his experience converting timberland from loblolly pine to native longleaf. The presentation was held outdoors on private land in Escambia County, with a tour that included different aged stands. A small demonstration on safe use of prescribed fire was one of the highlights of the field day, with equipment from drip torches to dozers at work making fire breaks. The audience of about 20 landowners learned about the soil and management requirements of longleaf pine, along with the resources available to help plant or manage longleaf. Additional speakers were forester Charles Taylor and Summer Stidham with the National Resources Conservation Service.

Dunwell is an Auburn University graduate with a decades-long career in the forestry industry, beginning with a job at a seedling nursery after college. Hes as passionate about forest management as when he started, and believes in working collaboratively with other public and private organizations to help landowners achieve their goals for their land.

This event was sponsored by www.forestersearch.com, a directory of consulting foresters in Alabama, organized by county, made possible by a grant from the Bradley/Murphy Forestry and Natural Resources Extension Trust. Landowners can visit ForesterSearch.com to find a consulting forester and to learn more about the value using a consulting forester.


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