Category Archives: family farm meetings

Women Owning Woodlands Article and Website

I am especially interested in encouraging ladies to become educated and involved in the management of their land and timber.  Typically, in many families females do not take an active role in management of those assets.  However, life expectancy statistics for adults … Continue reading

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Never Know What You Might Hear ! (Part 2)

Below are additional comments (first post) we heard at the recent Arkansas Forestry Association annual meeting in Little Rock that I felt others needed to hear.  Be sure to consider these as they relate to and have an influence on your family’s … Continue reading

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Never know what you might hear!

Below are several comments we heard while attending the recent Arkansas Forestry Association annual meeting in Little Rock that I felt others needed to hear.  Some may be more important to you than others, but all have an impact on forestry landowners. Consider how … Continue reading

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How We Organize Our Records

In the previous post, I discussed the importance of records and briefly mentioned we use a journal for our enterprise, land, and timber records. It is more important that you are keeping records than how they are kept.  However, some … Continue reading

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Landowner Records – How to make sense of all that paperwork

We are still relatively new to forestry and land management because we have only been actively involved as an agricultural family business for less than 25 years.  One of the first things we learned was the importance of records and … Continue reading

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