Making Sense of the New Genetics Market

Making Sense of the New Genetics Market, by Professor Steve McKeand. Published in “Forest Landowners” September/October 2017 Issue. Read the PDF here Making sense of the genetics market. McKeand. 2017. Forest Landowners. Learn more about Forest Landowners Association at http://www.forestlandowners.com.

USDA-NRCS In Georgia Announces Environmental Quality Incentives Program Sign-up

ATHENS, GA, October 3, 2017 — State Conservationist Terrance O. Rudolph of the USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) announced today that a sign up for fiscal year 2018 Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) is underway and all Georgia producers who wish to be considered for financial assistance should apply by November 17, 2017. While producers can apply year … Continued

Alabama Forests Magazine Spotlight on International Forest Co

Don’t miss the Associate Member Spotlight on International Forest Co in the Winter 2017 issue of Alabama Forests magazine!   The article is available to read at http://internationalforest.co/wp-content/uploads/Alabama-Forests-IFCO-Article.pdf   For more information on Alabama Forests Magazine, and to check out past issues of the magazine, please visit http://www.alaforestry.org/?page=128

IFCO Reaches Agreement to Acquire Four Weyerhaeuser Southern Forest Nursery Operations and Seed Orchard

Moultrie, GA – January 3, 2017 – IFCO Bareroot, LLC, a sister company to International Forest Company (IFCO), is pleased to announce that it has reached an agreement with Weyerhaeuser Company (Weyerhaeuser) to purchase four forest seedling nurseries as well as the Flint River Seed Orchard. These nurseries are located in Jesup, Georgia, Washington,North Carolina, … Continued

Return of the Fire Forests

This article, Return of the Fire Forests, that was published in The Wildlife Professional by Nala Rogers describes how “Longleaf Pine Restoration Pays Off for Wildlife.” The following is an excerpt from the article that references IFCO’s COO, Wayne Bell, explaining why IFCO’s longleaf seedlings are a better investment. “A few decades ago, anyone planting longleaf … Continued