The Alabama Forestry Association’s Annual Meeting is coming soon and if you need another reason to come to the beach you might want to consider the Continuing Education Track offered on Sunday, September 13th.
We have an exceptional line-up to discuss Forest Landowner Issues that are both timely and informative.
The agenda includes presentations on the Endangered Species Act, the status of the Alabama Transportation Rehabilitation and Improvement Program (“ATRIP”) and the challenges presented in developing a major renewal of the Gulf State Park.
A focus of the Annual Meeting this year is improving access to international markets. Presentations will also be made on what to expect from the continued development of foreign energy markets, how to structure your small business to access these prospective markets and an in-depth look at the audit requirements for forest certification for resources used to produce products for these markets.
Continuing education credits are being awarded for legal, accounting, forestry and logging. If you are attending the AFA conference, the fee is only $75 and includes your lunch.
For more information, see the Registration Form located here.
The AFA Annual Meeting is being held at the Perdido Beach Resort in beautiful Orange Beach, Alabama, September 13-15. If you have not already registered, it’s easy to do by just going to www.alaforestry.org.