September, 2012

Tie-ing the Past to the Future

ties would choke the Current River in the early days of Ozarks timber harvesting
At a recent reenactment of a tie drive on the Current River, volunteers were reminded of the rugged individuals who routinely rode the rafts each Spring and of our conservation roots. More

Woods and Water Management

Gaskins family watering a shortleaf pine
It may be hard to think of woodlands as a big garden but the same gardening principles apply. In these times of drought, managing your woodlands and forests may mean more water for your remaining trees. More
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