Online Native Grass College Course Teaches Forage Management
Dr. Patrick Keyser, professor at the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture and director of the Center for Native Grasslands Management, has just launched the first in a series of courses on managing native grass forages. The new "Native Grass College" is a free resource that takes viewers into the field, giving them comprehensive information on a variety of subjects related to managing native grass forages.
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Job Announcement: Tennessee State Forester
The Tennessee Department of Agriculture is seeking to fill the State Forester position. The successful and will serve as an Assistant Commissioner and function as a member of the Commissioner’s leadership team.
May 31 Southern Fire Exchange Webinar to Explore Lessons Learned from Hosting Fire Festivals
On May 31 at 1 PM Et, this webinar will explore lessons Brian Wiebler and Angie Carl have learned from coordinating and hosting public Fire Festivals events in North Florida (Red Hills Fire Festival) and North Carolina (Fire in the Pines Festival), respectively.
UGA Warnell Outreach's Dr. Kim Coder Recognized for Public Service and Outreach
Dr. Kim Coder, professor of tree biology and community forestry at University of Georgia's Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, has been chosen as the 2018 recipient of the Walter Barnard Hill Fellow Award for Distinguished Achievement in Public Service and Outreach (Hill Fellow Award), UGA’s highest award in public service and outreach.