2010 Timber Tales Newsletters

Ricky Kilpatrick  |  2/19/2010 2:18:34 AM

2010 Timber Tales Newsletters

Timber Tales is a quarterly newsletter that provides forestry and wildlife management information for 2010 and is provided by Ricky L. Kilpatrick, area agent in forestry. To access the newsletters, click on the name of the quarter below for the newsletter that interests you.

For a complete list of upcoming events for Bossier Parish, please visit our online calendar.  If you are unable to download the attached newsletter PDF file, please contact the Bossier Parish office at 318-965-2326.

First Quarter topics covered include: 
  • A Graduate Student's Quest to Better Understand Louisiana's White-Tailed Deer
  • Season of Importance of Wildlife Food Plots
  • Bugs, Bugs and More Bugs
  • BCAP Suspended; 60-Day Comment Period on New Rules Begins
  • New Districts for the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry (LDAF)
  • LDAF Outreach 2010
  • Events, Thoughts & Tidbits

Second Quarter topics covered include:

  • Louisiana One Call
  • Springtime Brings Common Problems in Louisiana Fish Ponds
  • The Forest Management Plan
  • Do You Know Your Soil and Water?
  • What is Your Forest Worth?
  • LSU AgCenter's Red River Research Station Field Day
  • Events, Thoughts & Tidbits

Third Quarter topics covered include:

  • Chinese Tallowtree Continues to Spread
  • Chemical Herbicide Control of Chinese Privet
  • Chemicals for Control of Unwanted Vegetation
  • Feral Hog Seminar
  • No New Applications for FPP at This Time
  • Right-of-Way to Acres Conversion Table
  • Louisiana 4-H Forestry Team Wins First at National!
  • Events, Thoughts & Tidbits

Fourth Quarter topics covered include:

  • Feral Hogs Continue to Cause Problems
  • Feral Pigs Could Infect Hunters with Brucellosis
  • Direct Seeding Oaks
  • Hardwood Planting Tips
  • Seed Logging Roads to Prevent Erosion
  • Boundary Maintenance
  • True Pruning Time is Almost Here
  • Events, Thoughts & Tidbits
  • 27th Annual Ark-La-Tex Forestry Forum
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