Land Trust Accreditation Commision
Follow Tall Timbers Visit us on Facebook Visit our YouTube Channel Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Instagram
Spring 2018 | Vol 11 | No 2   


For past issues of Tall Timbers eNews, visit the eNews Archives


Consortium group after a burnTall Timbers hosts the Prescribed Fire Science Consortium

More than seventy-five prescribed fire researchers and managers assembled at Tall Timbers April 16-22, for the annual 5-day Prescribed Fire Science Consortium Burn Event. Organized by Kevin Hiers and the Wildland Fire Research Program, the event provides fire researchers a common platform to conduct studies on smoke and fire behavior, which leads to greater efficiency, integration, and collaboration.

..Read More

Ladies at lunchLadies Luncheon hosted by Tall Timbers at historic Dixie Mansion

Tall Timbers hosted its first Dixie Ladies Luncheon, Wednesday, March 28, in support of the Phase III interior rehabilitation of the Dixie Mansion. The luncheon was held in the dining room at historic Dixie Mansion. We were honored to have Florida’s First Lady Ann Scott join us as our keynote speaker.

..Read More

Night Burn of the Wade TractPrescribed Burn of the Wade Tract Preserve at Night — a Site to Behold

Tall Timbers conducted a night burn on the west side of the Wade Tract old-growth longleaf pine forest on Arcadia Plantation on March 26. This kind of burning is relatively mild, causing little crown scorch and resulting in some unburned patches.

..Read More

Chelsea TafoyaNew education project provides virtual forest tours

Lights, camera, ignition! Tall Timbers’ talent has been seeing extra camera time this spring as we assist with a new statewide education project produced by Georgia Public Broadcasting. Georgia Forestry Association is funding the effort to help kids throughout Georgia learn more about the important role of working forest lands for conservation and the economy.

..Read More
The mission of Tall Timbers Research Station & Land Conservancy is to foster exemplary land stewardship through research, conservation and education.