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North Carolina Beaver

Beavers

As the season begins to change so will the livelihood of our wildlife neighbors. One of our county residents is …

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March is Living Well Month

As spring is arriving and March is “Living Well” month, keep in mind the good practices of “Raising Kids, …

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Dead Leaves on Native Rhododendrons

Recently, a few homeowners and landscapers in the higher elevations are seeing large patches of rhododendrons and mountain laurel …

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Birds in Winter

The snowfall the other week had me feeding the birds each morning, which was fun and enjoyable. Fortunately, I had …

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Code of the West in Winter

Winter is fast approaching and we all know that the possibility exists for winter cold and storms that can …

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The Leopold Education Project

Increasing urbanization, growing use of electronic devices and other indirect ways of experiencing our natural environment increasingly disconnects us …

Recent Publications related to Forest Resources

Snakes

This publication provides pictures and descriptions of snakes found in North Carolina.

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Farm Bill 2018: Programs of Interest to Forest Landowners

The Congress passed the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018, commonly known as the 2018 Farm …

4 days ago

A Guide to Biomass Fuels in North Carolina

This publication gives an overview of biomass fuels, important characteristics for consumers to consider, and …

4 days ago
Map of North Carolina's 13 congressional districts

Economic Contribution of the Forest Sector by North Carolina Congressional District

This publication breaks down how the forest sector contributed to the North Carolina economy in …

4 days ago

Benefits of Using a Consulting Forester

Many forest landowners can benefit from the use of a consulting forestry professional. Most often …

6 days agoEastern Forestry Notes

Selling Your Timber? Don't Make an Uninformed Decision!

This publication explains the risks involved in selling timber without knowledge of current market conditions …

6 days ago
Figure 1. Schedule for maintaining forest / field edge.

Managing Forest Edges for Wildlife

This publication describes edges (or ecotones), areas where two habitat types meet, such as a …

3 weeks agoWorking With Wildlife
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Crop Tree Management in North Carolina

This publication introduces readers to the seven steps involved in implementing crop tree management. The …