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Life + LAND is a blog all about helping ladies get a hand on their land. It features articles, landowner tid-bits, women spotlights, and other resources. This blog was created by forester Danielle Atkins, co-founder of the Georgia Forestry Commission's Ladies for their Land program.
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Fri, Mar 8, 2019 - 8:30 am
until 4:00 pm
This workshop will be hosted in Blakely, Georgia, which was heavily impacted by Hurricane Michael this past fall.
Event
Fri, Feb 8, 2019 - 8:30 am
until 4:00 pm
This Ladies for their Land workshop will focus on all things prescribe burning. Why it is important and the benefits, how to prescribe burn, what and when to burn, and other considerations for burning: wildlife impacts, longleaf pine, and long-term goals. 

Hosted in Cochran, Georgia this workshop will focus on everything prescribe burning (why to do it, things to consider, benefits, etc), and if weather works out planning to perform a live demonstration on site.
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Income Tax Deduction on Timber and Landscape Tree Loss from Casualty

Timber or landscape trees destroyed by the hurricane, fire, earthquake, ice, hail, tornado, and other storms are “casualty losses” that may allow the property owners to take a deduction on their federal income tax returns.
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High winds and saturated soils can result in damage to forest and yard trees. In terms of repairing the damage to your landscape, safety is of utmost importance. The first thing many people do is grab the chain saw.
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brought to you by the Virginia Forestry Association!
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Have you seen a box nailed to the side of a building, or on a post in a field, and wondered what it was for? Bats are friends from the forest. Little brown bats, big brown bats, and numerous other species flit about the evening sky, eating insects and playing a role in the forest ecosystem.
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by Jarrett Caston, Forest Service Program Specialist
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by Jarrett Caston, US Forest Service Program Specialist

Ms. Rebecca Campbell is a woman in South Carolina who owns 36 acres of heirs’ property. Heirs’ property is land passed down without a will. Ms. Campbell didn’t know that she owned heirs’ property until after her mother’s death in 1998. In addition to Ms. Campbell, about 50 or more family members share ownership, as family heirs, with Ms. Campbell.
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Debbie Clay shares her experience of managing her newly acquired woodlands.

Thirty miles down Highway 40, in southern Virginia, the land rolls gently with endless rows of emerald green crops. Billboards proclaim:
“Peanuts – whole sale and retail! Tourists welcome!”
“We’re not nuts, but we sell ‘em”
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My favorite way of enjoying nature is with my son and his Boy Scout troop. Scouting is an active program that helps boys grow into men and teaches them outdoor skills.
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Forests along the Atlantic Flyway provides critical nesting and breeding habitat for countless warblers, thrushes, and other familiar feathered friends seeking a summer home.Learn how forest stewardship can enhance the health of our forests, local wood economies, and priority songbird populations.
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Life + LAND is a blog all about helping ladies get a hand on their land. It features articles, landowner tid-bits, women spotlights, and other resources. This blog was created by forester Danielle Atkins, co-founder of the Georgia Forestry Commission's Ladies for their Land program.
Event
Fri, Mar 8, 2019 - 8:30 am
until 4:00 pm
This workshop will be hosted in Blakely, Georgia, which was heavily impacted by Hurricane Michael this past fall.
Event
Fri, Feb 8, 2019 - 8:30 am
until 4:00 pm
This Ladies for their Land workshop will focus on all things prescribe burning. Why it is important and the benefits, how to prescribe burn, what and when to burn, and other considerations for burning: wildlife impacts, longleaf pine, and long-term goals. 

Hosted in Cochran, Georgia this workshop will focus on everything prescribe burning (why to do it, things to consider, benefits, etc), and if weather works out planning to perform a live demonstration on site.
Article
Income Tax Deduction on Timber and Landscape Tree Loss from Casualty

Timber or landscape trees destroyed by the hurricane, fire, earthquake, ice, hail, tornado, and other storms are “casualty losses” that may allow the property owners to take a deduction on their federal income tax returns.
Article
High winds and saturated soils can result in damage to forest and yard trees. In terms of repairing the damage to your landscape, safety is of utmost importance. The first thing many people do is grab the chain saw.
Article
brought to you by the Virginia Forestry Association!