The annual Wildlife School for Landowners, a land management training seminar, will be held in Coffee County at the Heritage United Methodist Church, 2911 Rucker Blvd., Enterprise, Alabama, on August 22-23, 2013.
The targeted audience for this training includes landowners and land managers interested in improving wildlife habitat and population management.
Topics include feral hog control, timber management, prescribed burning, wildlife openings, deer management, where to obtain technical and financial assistance, and much more.
The event is hosted by the Alabama Association of Conservation Districts Forestry and Wildlife Standing Committee. Sponsors include the Alabama Soil and Water Conservation Committee, the Coffee and Walker Counties Soil and Water Conservation Districts, the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources – Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries, USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service, the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, Longleaf Alliance, Bach & Devos Consulting, and the Alabama Wildlife Federation.
Be sure to register early for this event. Often, registration is closed early due to space limits being reached. Deadline for registering is August 15, 2013. The cost for registration before July 31 will be $50, with a discounted registration ($30) for a spouse. Late registration will be $60.
The agenda and registration form are available online at http://www.swcc.alabama.gov. Click on “calendar,” then scroll down to “AACD Forestry and Wildlife Committee Wildlife School.”
Registered foresters that attend will receive continuing education credits for each day of attendance.
For more information, or if you need special accommodations, please contact Katherine Patton, District Administrative Coordinator, Walker County Soil and Water Conservation District, Suite 207, 1710 Alabama Avenue, Jasper, AL, Phone: 205-387-1879.
- For more information, visit http://forestry.alabama.gov or http://www.nrcs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/stelprdb1100880.pdf
This information was obtained from the Alabama Media Portal