Community Resources for Woodland Owners

— Written By Kelley McCarter
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Banner title "Learn how to Save on Taxes, Earn Money from Timber and Improve the Health of Your Woodlands"If you own forestland in Transylvania, Haywood, Jackson, Swain or Macon Counties, local forest product companies, state officials and conservation organizations invite you to learn about how local mills and foresters can work with you to achieve your own goals for your land and leave a lasting legacy for your family. scenic view of mountains and trees in fall color

A free woodland owner educational meeting will take place on Saturday morning, June 3rd at the Cradle of Forestry in America located at Pisgah Forest, NC. Join us from 9:00 AM to 1:00 p.m. for free information from knowledgeable speakers and exhibitors. We will even treat you to a hardy mountain lunch and a free visit to the Cradle of Forestry in America.

Seating is limited and advanced registration is required in order to account for enough food and handout materials.

(This is event is now archived.)