Monthly Archives: May 2019

Durham Bulls

Finished our Forest History Society board meeting. The evening program included a Durham Bulls baseball team. The local team did not do well. The stadium is very nice but a little small. The other team, the Gwinnett Stripers, were able … Continue reading

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Forest History Society

Went to the ribbon cutting ceremony at Forest History Society. I was elected a board member last year. This is my first full board meeting. The Forest History Society has archives and information about forests & the forestry industry. They … Continue reading

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White oak regeneration and looking at summer & winter burns

One of the things we lobbied Congress about yesterday was landscape initiatives like the White Oak Initiative. I told them that it was important and good for landowners to do. I figured I should take my own advice, so I … Continue reading

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Lobbying day for forests

Our day of lobbying went well. We visited staffers from Senators Tim Kaine & Mark Warner, as well as from Representatives Gerald Connolly, Morgan Griffith, Abigail Spanberger, Rob Wittman & Ben Cline. I met a few of the staffers before … Continue reading

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