Wildlife on Your Land/Farm: Opportunity or Obstacle? Free Webinar Series

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Black vultureWildlife on your land or farm can offer various benefits, but also has the potential to create significant problems. By implementing the right practices, landowners can expand those benefits while minimizing the problems. In this free online seminar series, representatives from various agencies will review the practices that help landowners meet their goals. Presenters include experts from NC State Extension, the NC Wildlife Resources Commission, and the US Department of Agriculture. This six-part series will be held on Fridays at 1 p.m. starting on September 4, 2020.

Seminar schedule (all starting at 1 p.m.):

  • September 4 – Fallow Vegetation and Native Plantings: Managing habitat for wildlife and pollinators – John Isenhour, NC Wildlife Resources Commission
  • September 11 – Invasive Plant Control and Forest Management to Benefit Wildlife – John Isenhour, NC Wildlife Resources Commission
  • September 18 – Hunting Leases and Trespass Laws – Andrew Brannan, NC State Extension
  • September 25 – Coyote and Vulture Depredation Issues – Jonathan Carreto, USDA Wildlife Service
  • October 2 – Beaver Management and Control – Jonathan Carreto, USDA Wildlife Services
  • October 9 – Reducing Crop Damage From Deer – Greg Batts and Jason Allen, NC Wildlife Resource Commission

For more information, contact any member of our planning team:

  • Matthew Place, Livestock Extension Agent, Warren, 252-257-3640
  • Kim Woods, Livestock Extension Agent, Granville/Person, 336-599-1195
  • Johnny Coley, Horticulture Extension Agent, Granville/Person, 919-603-1350
  • Paul McKenzie, Horticulture Extension Agent, Vance/Warren, 252-438-8188
  • Paul Westfall, County Extension Director, Granville, 919-603-1350
  • Charles Mitchell, County Extension Director, Franklin, 919-496-3344