Free Handbook for Landowners
Free Handbook for Landowners Now Available:
Appalachian Voices releases second edition “Managing your woodlands: a guide for southern Appalachian landowners”
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Mary Anne Hitt email@example.com or Caitlen Nelis firstname.lastname@example.org or 828-262-1500
Appalachian Voices is pleased to announce the second edition of Managing Your Woodlands: A Guide for Southern Appalachian Landowners. This free guide serves as a manual for private forest landowners who strive to be good stewards and would like to learn about alternative methods for managing and maintaining a healthy forest. The handbook also includes a companion DVD Landowner’s Guide to Sustainable Forestry: Maximizing Profits While Protecting Water Quality a new documentary film by the Model Forest Policy Program.
To request a FREE copy please contact:
CAITLEN NELIS at AVFORESTPROGRAM@BELLSOUTH.NET
877-APP-VOICE, toll free
The second edition handbook shares insightful information on forest management plans, working with foresters and loggers, management options and techniques, forest ecology, forest health problems, economic considerations, and financial incentive programs for good management. The resource section of the handbook connects landowners with organizations and information to assist in making a reliable investment in forestland.
The companion DVD allows the viewer to see real life examples of sustainable forestry and protection of water quality, our most critical natural resource. The film features foresters and landowners from around the country, but particularly Missouri, Virginia, Tennessee, and North Carolina.
If your organization would like to help publicize this FREE resource to your members and supporters, please contact us. We would be happy to provide a speaker for your event and other outreach material.
Appalachian Voices brings people together to solve the environmental problems having the greatest impact on the central and southern Appalachian Mountains. Our mission is to empower people to defend our region’s rich natural and cultural heritage by providing them with tools and strategies for successful grassroots campaigns.
For more information on the handbook and our work, visit www.appalachianvoices.org.