A resource for tree care professionals and the public to protect and care for Georgia's trees.
Forestry for Non-Foresters
Parts 1 and 2
The field of forestry is often described as a mix of science and art. Blending the needs of landowners, industry and society with the characteristics and potential of the land is a complex endeavor. The history of forestry in the Southeastern United States is rich and exciting, and has led to one of the most ecologically diverse and economically important regions in the country. These two courses will provide an introduction to forest management concepts, practices and relevant issues.
Instructors: Dr. Kris Irwin and Dr. Bill Hubbard
Early Registration (by Sept. 30) for Part 1: $175.00
Early Registration (by Sept. 30) for Part 2: $295.00
Regular Registration (after Sept. 30) for Part 1: $210.00
Regular Registration (after Sept. 30) for Part 2: $345.00
7 Continuing Logger Education Hours (CLE) for Part 1 – Environment (applied for)
12 Continuing Logger Education Hours (CLE) for Part 2 - Environment (applied for)
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Address: GAA ~ P.O. Box 2516, Decatur GA 30031