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Improving Forest Health,
Building Family Wealth

Wednesday, March 16, 2023

Sampson County Agri-Exposition Center
414 Warsaw Road, Clinton, NC 28328

Are you interested in improving forest health while building family wealth? If so, come to the next Working Forest Summit to hear from landowners and professionals on topics related to:

Conserving Working Lands publication photoParticipants automatically receive materials on forest management and the opportunity to network with landowners and forestry professionals. Speakers include NCSU Extension Forestry faculty, NC Forest Service personnel and successful family forest landowners. To see presentations that took place at the 2015 Summits CLICK HERE.

The Summit is made possible through a partnership of the University of Mount Olive Lois G. Britt Agribusiness Center, NC Forest Service, NC State University Extension Forestry, and NCWoodlands. The Renewable Resources Extension Act provides funding for extension activities related to forestry and natural resources at land grant universities. The NC Tobacco Trust Fund Commission provides funding support for the North Carolina Working Forest Summits.

Register to Attend
Advanced registration is required of all participants.
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, March 9, 2023

Private and family forest landowners, thanks to financial support of granting organizations, you are invited to attend this event at no charge. If you are a private landowner and/or do not want professional CFE credits, CLICK HERE to register at no charge.

Professional land managers, wishing to receive continuing forestry education credits (CFE), are encouraged to attend but will be required to pay a registration fee of $90. If you are a professional, seeking CFE credits, CLICK HERE to register and arrange for payment.