Conserving Working Lands Seminar & Dinner

— Written By Kelley McCarter
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Private landowners with farms and forests, in the vicinity of Fort Bragg or Pope Army Airfield, are invited to attend a 2-hour seminar and dinner on September 22, 2016 in Fayetteville, NC.

This seminar and dinner are made possible through a program called Sentinel Landscapes which is a joint partnership among the military bases in North Carolina and the farm and forest land conservation and management agencies in Eastern North Carolina. This region of the state was recently declared the “NC Sentinel Landscape” and recognized for its importance to military readiness.

The goal for the Sentinel Landscapes Partnership is to recognize and assist landowners who are voluntarily managing their farms and woodlands in areas that are crucial to military training. Speakers will cover topics such as management planning, conservation incentive programs, land uses that are compatible with our national security and tools and resources to assist landowners.

This workshop has been developed for active farm and forest landowners interested in maintaining working lands in the areas around the Fort Bragg in the counties of Cumberland, Hoke, Harnett and Moore. But seating is limited so please consider registering today by calling Kelley McCarter at 919-515-9563.

More details can be found at http://www.ncsu-feop.org/workinglands/