If you weren’t able to join the monthly ForestHer NC webinars or just want a refresher, you can view recordings of each of presentation at the links below.
Identifying Birds by Sight and Sound
Managing Your Woods and Fields for Wildlife
Invasive Plants’ Impact on Wildlife; Landscaping for Wildlife With Native Plants
Trail Cameras and Nature Photography
Aesthetic Forestry and Trail Building
Enjoying Your Woods Safely & Citizen Science Projects
Protecting Your Woods: Trespassing, Landowner Protection Act, Recreational Leases & More
Non-timber Income & Agritourism
Forest Certification & Cost-share Programs
Property Taxes and Estate Planning
Landowner demonstrates commitment to forest health and sustainability by developing a forest management plan, implementing sustainable practices, and seeking opportunities to expand their knowledge and understanding of sustainable forest management.
Forest management activities comply with all relevant federal, state and local laws, regulations and ordinances.
Forest management practices maintain or enhance the ecosystems and ecosystem services provided by the forest, including air, water, soil and site quality.
Forest management activities recognize the value of forest aesthetics.
Special sites are managed in ways that recognize their unique historical, archaeological, cultural, geological, biological or ecological characteristics.