Stay up to date on the latest issues related to forest advocacy, markets, forest management and more in the January issue of The Advocate, the Georgia Forestry Association’s monthly newsletter. In this
Read the 2013 Capitol Forestry Report Session Wrap Up.
The forestlands of the United States tell a fascinating story about humankind and its relationship with the land. Read about it in the The State of America’s Forests.
Learn about Forest Certifications Programs and status and recommendations in the South.
Ecosystem services are the things that nature provides that directly benefit people. Read this publication to learn more about the benefits of ecosystem services.
Learn about the Red Hills Region forestry impact.
Get facts related to Georgia’s forest with this publication.
The purpose of this manual is to inform landowners, foresters, timber buyers, loggers, site preparation and reforestation contractors, and others involved with silvicultural operations about common-sense, economical and effective practices to minimize non-point source pollution (soil erosion and stream sedimentation) and thermal pollution.
This follow-up report, submitted to the General Assembly during the 2014 session, highlights the current conditions of our forest resources, along with the challenges and opportunities being faced by Georgia’s forest managers and owners.