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​Conservationists Plan to Save America's Shortleaf Pine Forests

MOBILE, Ala. (June 16, 2016) - A coalition of conservation experts, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies has announced the publication of a... more

Hardpan May Be the Culprit for Your Failing Wildlife Food Plots

Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resource Management … Most properties managed for wildlife have at least a few food plots that... more

Dam & Drain Maintenance is YOUR Responsibility

Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resource Management … Winter offers a great time to inspect and maintain your pond dam... more

Now Is the Time to Survey Your Deer Population

Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resource Management … By using trail cameras, many landowners and hunters have some idea of... more

Orphans!

Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resource Management … It happens every year, my colleagues and I receive calls from well-intentioned... more

"Orphaned" Fawns

Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resource Management … Yesterday morning, on the way into work, I saw my 1st roadkilled... more

Free Aquaculture 101 Workshop for Teachers

Auburn University and the Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES) in conjunction with Gadsden State Community College and the Alabama-Mississippi Sea Grant will be offering a... more

Controlling Early Season Insect Pests in Small Grains in Alabama 2016 Update

Fall-planted small grains such as wheat, barley, rye, and oats are vulnerable to the attack of several insects … I... more

Why are my trees dying? – An investigation through pictures (part 4 of 5)

Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resource Management … Ips are usually not a problem in cooler weather (below 59 degrees... more

Why are my trees dying? – An investigation through pictures (part 3 of 5)

Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resource Management … We decided that the galleries looked more "H" shaped... more

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