Forests and Farms Are Good for North Carolina

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Landowners in North Carolina are a critical audience and more importantly, a viable partner in the management of the state’s landscape, and its natural and working lands. Whether a landowner has multiple years of experience in managing their lands or is beginning to learn about land management practices, private landowners connect the landscape in North Carolina. Landowners are primary and essential drivers toward the future health and prosperity of the US; they are essential partners for the security of water, soil, and air quality, for food and fiber, and for the ecosystem and economic services that natural and working lands support and provide.
A number of agencies and organizations within North Carolina, including the military, work together to support North Carolina’s vast network of these diverse private land managers. The Forests and Farms Are Good for North Carolina site is designed to accelerate access to landowners interested in technical, fiscal, and/or peer support that can help them achieve their landowner objectives.
Forests and Farms Are Good for North Carolina is dedicated to landowners who want to learn about the variety of land management practices or new land management practices that have become available. Forests and Farms Are Good for North Carolina also presents innovative and collaborative land management practices that have or are being introduced around the country that landowners may want to consider in North Carolina or begin to offer pilot ideas in discussion and collaboration with others. Forests and Farms Are Good for North Carolina provides outreach and evidence-based knowledge to landowners of Eastern Forests and Farms in proximity to military installations and ranges.
This work is supported by funding from the United States Marine Corps Installation East.

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Lou Addor, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionDr. Lou AddorNC Sentinel Landscapes Partnership & Adjunct Assistant Professor, COE Call Dr. Lou Email Dr. Lou Forestry & Environmental Resources
NC State Extension, NC State University
Updated on Oct 21, 2022
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