Alabama Forest Owners Association

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Alabama Forest Owners Association is listed in the Forestry category in Pelham, Alabama. Displayed below are the social networks for Alabama Forest Owners Association which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Alabama Forest Owners Association on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

Contact information for Alabama Forest Owners Association is:
2163 Pelham Pkwy
Pelham, AL 35124
(205) 987-8811
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Last minute notice: January 26...Coosa County 6:30 PM. Coosa County Treasure Forest Landowners Banquet at the Rockford Baptist Church in Rockford. The guest speaker will be Attorney Hayes Brown. Mr. Brown is an attorney from Birmingham and also serves as the General Counsel for the Alabama Forest Owners' Association. He will be speaking on boundary issues and property easements. Fee: $10; meal included. To register call (256) 377-4750 or 377-4638.

Update for those of you interested in the Eagle Awareness Weekends at Lake Guntersville. Press Release - edited January 19, 2017 Contact: Lake Guntersville State Park, 256-571-5440 2017 Eagle Awareness at Lake Guntersville State Park New Nest Discovered! Lake Guntersville State Park will host its popular Eagle Awareness Weekends from January 20 through February 19, 2017. The event features live bird demonstrations, programs delivered by notable speakers, and guided field trips for viewing eagles in their natural habitat. The park is located at 1155 Lodge Dr., Guntersville, Ala., 35976. Birding has been exceptional this winter at Lake Guntersville including eagle sightings. “We have a wealth of eagles this year,” said Kate Gribbin, Park Naturalist at Lake Guntersville State Park. “Even during the summer months we were seeing large numbers of eagles around the park, which is a great sign for winter birding. We have seen eagles on most days this winter and they seem to be active in all areas of the park. I expect this year we may break a new record for the number of eagles sighted in a single day.” Recently, park staff discovered a new eagle nest in the park. Eagle Awareness visitors will be able to view the nest with a guide. For more information about the events schedule, Eagle Awareness packages or to make reservations, visit www.alapark.com/lake-guntersville-state-park or call 256-571-5440. #

Alabama Forest Owners' Association, Inc. added an event.
Visit the AFOA Events Calendar for the most up-to-date information on the 36th AFOA Annual Meeting. The direct link is: http://www.afoa.org/cal/cal.htm#AM170421-22

From the AFOA NEWS page dated 1/17/2017: Scott Lockyear, Senior National Director, Design and Construction Services at WoodWorks, will introduce some of the interesting new wood uses and new wood products (Multi-story buildings, Cross Laminated Timber (CLT), Massive Plywood Panels, etc.) to forest landowners at AFOA’s 2017 Annual Meeting. The meeting will be held at the Alabama 4-H Center (about 40 miles south of Birmingham) on April 22. Read more about Massive Plywood Panels and other wood technology expected to give a boost to timber. Go to the AFOA NEWS page (1/17/2017) to see and visit the links in the paragraph above. http://www.afoa.org/news/news.htm

Alabama forest landowners are apparently 'welfare cases'. According to the director of the Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries a forest landowner's right to hunt on his/her property without purchasing a hunting license is an 'entitlement program'. See article below:
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