Forest Landowner Workshop-Seeing Forest Products in Standing Forests

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Wayne Community College

3000 Wayne Memorial Drive

Goldsboro, NC 27534

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Four Forest Landowner Workshops in North Carolina for Spring 2017-Seeing Forest Products in Forest Stands-Posted February 3, 2017

Target Audience: Forest landowners, loggers, foresters, timber buyers, log buyers, processing operations

Cost: No cost to attend

Format: Walking through several forest types to see how different forest stands have potential to produce a wide variety of forest products, some discussions in a classroom setting, demonstrations on a portable sawmill and firewood processor

Lunch: Can order at registration

Time: Registration at 8 to 9 am, start at 9 am, lunch at noon, complete at 4 pm

Educational Credits: We are seeking educational credits for foresters and loggers


1-Wayne Community College, Goldsboro, March 30th

2-Jordan Lake, NCFS, Chapel Hill, April 4th

3-Jones Lake State Park, Elizabethton, April 6th

4-Haywood Community College, Waynesville, April 13th


1-On line at

2-Mail at Harry Watt, 120 Beckham Road, Statesville, NC 28625

3-Phone at 704-880-3067

The Landowner Workshops are a one day event at four locations in North Carolina to support the forest landowner for information of products and markets, as well as a networking event for the forest products industry in North Carolina.

The workshop starts at 9 am and ends at 4 pm. We start off with introductions and providing an outline of the activities of the workshop. We then take two walks through local forest stands where we will have discussions of products that the stand can make as well as harvesting and regeneration.

We invite the NC Forest Service, consulting foresters, loggers and buyers of timber and logs to put out promotional literature for educational purposes. Industry professionals will lead the discussions on the forest walks.

We plan to have a one hour demonstration of a portable sawmill and firewood processor. We will discuss log grading, log scaling and log sawing techniques, and the of low grade pine and hardwood logs into firewood products.

This project is funded by a RREA grant through the College of Natural Resources at NC State University.

Mail registrations to Harry Watt, 120 Beckham Road, Statesville, NC 28625.

Additonal workshop locations and dates are April 4th, Jordan Lakes NCFS-Chapel Hill, April 6th Jones Lake State Park-Elizabethtown, April 13th-Haywood Community College, Clyde.

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