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Disaster Relief for Farmers

November has arrived, and with it comes the new time change, cooler weather (hopefully), and reminders of all we …

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Florence Lands Another Gut Punch

Hurricane Florence has left another memorable mark on our region with damage sustained from significant rain and wind over …

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Preparing for the Storm

Disasters happen anytime and anywhere. Is your family prepared to cope with an emergency? Could you evacuate quickly? You …

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Disaster Preparedness

Are you prepared for a disaster? Visit Cooperative Extension’s site to learn what you need to do to be …

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Who Is Extension?

I am often asked in the community, “what do you do?” or “who do you work for?” When I …

Help at Your Fingertips

Robeson County residents have the expertise of all of the nation’s land-grant universities at their fingertips thanks to a …

Recent Publications related to Forest Resources

Figure 1. Swine farms (purple) and various forestland cover type

Using Animal Manures in Forest Fertilization

Applying animal manure to forestland can help animal producers manage waste and supply forest owners …

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Graphical representation of swine farms and forestland in SE NC

Forests as an Alternative for Swine Manure Application

Applying swine manure to forestland that needs nitrogen and phosphorus can help swine producers manage …

3 days ago

Wildlife Terms

This publication functions as a dictionary for commonly used wildlife terms such as cover, daylighting, …

4 days agoWorking With Wildlife
Pickerel frog in shallow pool.

Pools for Amphibians

This publication describes the habitat, food and water habits, cover and home range of a …

5 days agoWorking With Wildlife

Residual Woody Biomass Inventory Techniques: A Comparative Analysis of Prism Sweep and Line Intersect Sampling Methods

Prism sweep and line intercept methods were compared for accuracy and efficiency to measure woody …

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Southern Foresters’ Observations of Threats to Forest Health and Implications for Continuing Education

Southern forests experience several threats to health and productivity, and these threats are expected to …

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Conversion Factors for Bioenergy

This is a quick-reference list of conversion factors used by the Bioenergy Feedstock Development Programs …

1 week agoNC Woody Biomass

Site Preparation Methods and Contracts

Most commercially valuable tree species found in North Carolina require full or almost full sunlight …

1 week agoWoodland Owner Notes