Thursday, December 3, 2009

Enhancing the Productive Capacity of Land through Whole-Property Planning

A post-Thanksgiving reminder of the presentation this Friday morning!

Sponsored by Catawba Landcare

Friday, December 4th 2009


Catawba Community Center

For a second year, a group of students from Virginia Tech’s College of Natural Resources have worked with several volunteer landowners in the Catawba Valley to assess their goals and their properties to develop whole-property agroforestry plans. During this meeting on December 4th, the students will be presenting their land management proposals along with the cooperating landowners.

Last year, this project raised some great ideas and suggestions among landowners and the audience members who attended. It’s an opportunity to explore different options for your land, and to hear how students at Virginia Tech are working directly with the community.

Catawba Landcare is a group of committed residents and landowners in the Catawba and North Fork Valleys who care about our land, community, and economy.
We are organizing a series of meetings and workshops to share our stories and to learn from the experiences of our neighbors.
To learn more

or contact Courtney Kimmel –

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