IN THIS ISSUE...
- Exploring the Red Hills Region
- Harold Odom − Longtime Volunteer Passes
- Conservation Incentive Program Luncheon
RESEARCH & LAND MANAGEMENT
Winter 2016 | Vol 9 | No 1
November and December were uncharacteristically hot in the Red Hills and Albany areas. We experienced several warm fronts followed by high winds, which resulted in “jumpy” or “edgy” birds on top of not-so-great scenting conditions.
It is widely known that soil disturbance, such as disking, roller chopping, and deep rutting, reduces wiregrass (Aristida stricta), and that this species is typically slow to come back in such disturbed areas. What is less well known is how it effects the other hundreds of species that make up native upland longleaf pine-wiregrass communities.
Victory for Land Conservation – Federal Tax Incentives Made Permanent Hailed as the most significant conservation legislation in 20 years, the enhanced Federal tax incentives for conservation easement donations are […]