Regional News & Updates

New Urban Forestry Site Provides Help to Conserve Energy
NC State and Texas A&M Partner to Develop and Deliver Extension in Support of Conservation, Working Lands, and National Defense
Clemson Offers Master Wildlifer Program in 2013!

This series of interactive seminars, covering topics such as wildlife ecology and management and non-game wildlife conservation, is delivered live to your computer every Tuesday evening from January 29 through February 26, 2013, from 7 – 8:30 pm (EST).

Become a Member of the New eXtension CoP:  Trees and Energy Conservation!

Southern Regional Extension Forestry is leading the first urban forestry Community of Practice in eXtension! Already made up of Extension, agency, and industry personnel from across the nation, we are always looking for more urban forestry expertise!

New Course:  Natural Resources Opportunities for Landowners

In partnership with University of Georgia and Southern Regional Extension Forestry, Clemson University has developed a course on natural resource opportunities for landowners. The goal of this 5-week long course is to make non-industrial private forest landowners aware of the options available for managing their lands.

Two Chiefs' Partnership Award

The Forestry and Natural Resources Webinar Portal (, a southern regional, multi-agency product providing education to landowners and natural resource professionals across the nation, is awarded the 2011 Two Chiefs' Partnership Award!

Southern Group of State Foresters has a new Executive Director

Wib Owen is the new Southern Group of State Foresters' Executive Director

Natural Resource Opportunities  for Landowners

A Southern Regional Webinar Series

Virginia Tech researchers release new edition of plant identification software
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Southern Regional Extension Forestry 2020 Annual Report

Learn more about Southern Regional Extension Forestry's work with regional partners in 2020.

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