Sharing Your Tree Farm
One of the many benefits of being in the N.C. Tree Farm Program is the opportunity to learn from other Tree Farmers and to see what they are doing in their woods. A great way for Tree Farmers to share their knowledge and experience is by hosting a Tree Farm tour. Whether you want to invite a small group of family and friends to visit your Tree Farm or a large group of landowners from across the state, here are tips for making your event go smoothly.
Planning for a Large Group (American Tree Farm System)
You’ve had your friends and family over and now you are ready to share your woods with an even wider audience. Follow these steps and you can feel confident in planning an event that will highlight your woods and the good work you do.
Planning for a Small Group (American Tree Farm System)
If you only have time for a small event, or something that has minimal planning, these steps will help you plan a fun and effortless walk in your woods.
How to Lead Nature Walks (Wiki How to Do Anything)
Are you interested in leading a group walk through a natural setting? This article explains the simple steps required to capture your group’s attention in a safe and educational way.
Family Activities: Walking in the Forest (Project Learning Tree)
Here are some fun and easy-t-do nature activities suitable for a visit to a forest or other wooded area.
Land Ownership, Liability, and the Law in North Carolina (N.C. State University Extension)
This article explains the major laws impacting landowners’ liability in North Carolina and the responsibilities landowners have for invited and uninvited users of their property.
Forest Stewardship: Teaching Youth About Forest Stewardship (Penn State Extension)
This article is for parents, educators, and other adults who are interested in teaching youth about land management and forest stewardship.