You value your forest and/or farmland for multiple reasons such as wildlife, privacy, recreation, timber, hunting or the scenic qualities. Are you prepared to pass the environmental and heirloom values rooted in your forest to the next generation? Without breaking it up?
Learn tools for estate planning at this two-part workshop August 13 & 20.
IMPORTANT! The quarantine area for black walnut has been expanded to include some northern Virginia counties. Please check this map before moving black walnut materials. Learn more about thousand cankers disease of walnut.
Did You Know?
Virginia State University is developing a program in Forestry and Natural Resources, including research, education, and outreach. Interested? Check out Forestry at VSU.