Author: NCWRC blogger/Tuesday, January 12, 2021/Categories: Blog, Conservation, Education, Fishing, Game Lands, Hunting, Wildlife Management, Wildlife Watching
Back by popular demand, ForestHer NC has an exciting new lineup of virtual content curated for female private forest landowners in North Carolina. ForestHer NC was developed by several partner agencies, including the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission, to directly connect with the 65% of women who own or jointly-own private forestland in our state. However, the seminars are open to anyone interested in learning about North Carolina’s forest ecosystems, woodlands management, the wildlife that inhabit these lands and land management resources.
ForestHer NC will present one interactive workshop per month, January thru July, from 1 – 2:30 p.m. with an optional half hour afterward for discussion.
The first three interactive webinars of 2021 will concentrate on enjoying your woodlands. The second group of presentations will focus on protecting your land and wildlife habitats. Registration for each webinar will be available online approximately two weeks prior to each class on our website.
Enjoying Your Woods
Jan. 14 – Trail cameras & nature photography
Feb. 11 – Recreational trails & aesthetic forestry
March 11 – Enjoying your woods safely & citizen science projects
Protecting Your Woods
April 8 – Hunting leases, land posting & trespassing laws
May 13 – Non-timber income & agritourism
June 10 – Forest certification & cost-share programs
July 8 – Property taxes & estate planning
If you need assistance with online registration contact Robert Bardon at 919-515-5575.
For more information about ForestHer NC and NCWRC, contact Deanna Noble at 252-526-1081.
General questions about the program can be emailed directly to ForestHer NC.
ForestHer NC is sponsored by conservation organizations including the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission, U.S Forest Service, N.C. Tree Farm Program, N.C. Forest Service, Audubon North Carolina, National Wild Turkey Federation, N.C. State Extension, and the Sustainable Forestry and Land Retention Project. Its mission is to support, educate and empower a community of women landowners and natural resources professionals to engage in forest conservation and stewardship in North Carolina. Join the ForestHer NC community online via Facebook and Instagram.
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