Forestry Webinars Available During April
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NC State Extension Forestry has lined up several webinar opportunities for landowners over the next few months, with two slated for this month: April 9 and April 23, 2020.
All webinars will begin at noon and will be hosted through Forestry Webinars. Pre-registration is not required, and all webinars will be recorded for viewing later.
For your convenience, below are the webinar links for April:
- Webinar #1 – April 9: Woodland Owner Lunch and Learn – Timber Sales: Is it time to sell?
What will you learn?
Learning from experience can be very expensive when it comes to timber sales, many of which are once- or twice-in-a-lifetime occurrences. Dr. Bardon will explain how timber is sold and give tips on seeking professional help. Dr. Parajuli will explain markets and provide insight into managing for flat timber prices. By using this information, you can make your next (or first) timber sale both a pleasant and profitable experience. Learn more
Robert Bardon, Ph.D. Professor of Forestry and Extension Specialist, NCSU
Rajan Parajuli, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Forest Economics and Extension Specialist, NC State University
- Webinar #2 – April 23: Woodland Owner Lunch and Learn – Forest Management Plans, Present Use Valuation, and Voluntary Agriculture Districts: What a Landowner Needs to Know
What will you learn?
North Carolina’s Present Use Tax Program (PUV) and Voluntary Ag District Program (VAD) can offer forest landowners valuable assistance to help retain and protect their forest land investment. A forest management plan is essential to participate in these programs. Dr. Megalos will explain the PUV and VAD programs, requirements, and benefits. Mr. Lambert will explain the elements of a forest management and what is needed in the plan for various programs. Utilizing these programs can make a big difference in your property tax liability and help to protect your forest investment. Learn more
Mark Megalos, Ph.D, Forestry Extension Specialist, NC State Extension
Colby Lambert, CF, Area Specialized Agent – Forestry, NC State Extension
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