WILDLIFE & FORESTRY FESTIVAL SET NOV. 2-3
MOBILE, Ala. -- Living history and educational demonstrations, family activities, forestry and wildlife exhibits, arts and crafts, food and live music will be part of the Alabama TREASURE Forest Association's 2007 Conference and Wildlife/Forestry Festival on Nov. 2-3.
The Family Forest Landowner Conference begins with lunch on Nov. 2 at the Riverview Plaza Hotel in historic downtown Mobile. Sessions will include: "Creative Income Ideas For Your Family Forest," "Who is In Charge When Daddy's Gone?," "Legacy: Valuing Land For the Future" and "Is 50 Pounds Of Corn Worth More Than A Ton Of Timber?"
The Wildlife/Forestry Festival runs from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. in northern Mobile County at the Heritage Homestead in Chunchula. Living history demonstrations will feature a smokehouse, cane and gristmills and more, while the family activities will include a petting zoo, pony rides, covered wagon rides, horseshoes and more.
For more details and registration information and cost, call the AFTA at (251) 442-2425 or 1-888-240-4694.