Longleaf pine management workshop coming to Ebro

Published: Thursday, May 30, 2013 at 04:06 PM.

“Longleaf is again becoming a common sight across the south, and landowners are choosing this species for both economic and environmental purposes. Recent plantings have increased the acreage of longleaf  to more than 4 million acres, and they continue to gather interest,” Platt said.

In addition to The Longleaf Alliance, other partnering agencies putting on the workshop are the University of Florida – IFAS, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, the Natural Resource Conservation Service, Nokuse  Plantation and the Florida Forest Service.

Anyone interested in attending is urged to register by calling the FWC Regional Office at 850-767-3634.

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