Nearly 60 percent of North Carolina’s 33 million acres is considered forestland. North Carolina Cooperative Extension works in partnership with other agencies to provide research-based educational programs that help young people, landowners, foresters, natural resource managers and others understand and make wise use of valuable forest resources. Visit our Extension Forestry and Christmas Tree portals to access our web-based resources and learn more about our programs.
Private landowners with farms and forests, in the vicinity of Fort Bragg or Pope Army Airfield, are invited to attend a 2-hour seminar and dinner on September 22, 2016 in Fayetteville, NC. This seminar MORE »– from Extension Forestry
North Carolina Team Competes at National 4-H Forestry Invitational August 4, 2016 North Carolina was one of 17 state teams that competed in the 37th annual National 4-H Forestry Invitational from Sunday, July MORE »– from Extension Forestry
Brittany Sweeney, NCSU College of Natural Resources July 12, 2016 Federal, state and local partners, including the NC State College of Natural Resources and NC State Extension Forestry, have joined efforts to protect MORE »– from Extension Forestry
Preparing for Extreme Heat Extreme heat events can happen anywhere in the United States. Extreme heat commonly occurs in the summer; however the main season for heat waves may vary regionally. America’s MORE »– from Community Development
We are pleased to announce that NCSU Cooperative Extension has recently welcomed Colby Lambert into its ranks as an Area Specialist Agent in forestry. Colby will serve 32 counties in Eastern NC and his primary responsibility will MORE »– from Extension Forestry
NCSU Extension Forestry, in conjunction with Southern Regional Extension Forestry, has created three new fact sheets about biomass. The three fact sheets introduce the reader to technologies for the use of biomass feedstocks, different MORE »– from Extension Forestry
New Impact Statement Reporting Course to Strengthen Skills Spring is traditionally Impact Statement Reporting season. In fall 2015, eXtension added the acclaimed Impact Statement Reporting Course to its Professional Development portfolio of courses MORE »– from NC Association of Cooperative Extension Specialists