Understanding the Financial Aspects of Woodland Management

ws.png

Woodland Stewards Webinar Series

Understanding the Financial Aspects of Woodland Management

SPONSORED BY: COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE SOUTHEAST, MIDWEST, AND MID-ATLANTIC REGIONS

February 13th, 2020, 7-8:30 PM Eastern

http://www.forestrywebinars.net/webinars/woodland-stewards-webinar-series-understanding-the-financial-aspects-of-woodland-management

This session provides an overview of financial factors that affect your woodland management such as when to re-plant, when to thin, when to harvest, when to use cost-share programs and more.

Your woodlands are not just for enjoyment but can also be a source of revenue for you and your family. Financial decisions that you make today will have ramifications for your timber property for years to come. Learn more about what you need to know to make sound financial decisions. This session provides an overview of financial factors that affect your woodland management such as when to re-plant, when to thin, when to harvest, when to use cost-share programs and more.

Presenters:

Mark Megalos

Mark Megalos

Dr. Rajan Parajuli

Dr. Rajan Parajuli is an assistant professor and extension specialist in forest economics with Forestry Extension at NC State University. He received his Ph.D. in forest economics and policy, an M.S. in forest economics and management, and another M.S. in finance from Louisiana State University. Dr. Parajuli specializes in economic impact and contribution analysis, forest product market modeling, alternative income streams (payment for ecosystem services), and timberland valuation. He has several years of working experience in economic contribution and impact analyses of forest and other natural resource industries using IMPLAN modeling.

Dr. Shaun M. Tanger

Dr. Shaun M. Tanger is Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist at the Coastal Research and Extension Center at Mississippi State University. He received his BS in Wildlife Management from Auburn University and Masters and PhD degrees from Auburn University in Forestry. Tanger has worked with IMPLAN’s database and software systems since 2014. He has worked to document the forest economy’s contributions in Louisiana and across the Southeast and published several peer reviewed articles applying input-output modeling to the forestry sector.

Document Actions
Personal tools