NATURAL RESOURCES ENTERPRISE CONFERENCE SET FOR LANDOWNERS
ALPINE, Ala. -- Alabama's private landowners are invited to discover new nature-based income opportunities at the Natural Resources Enterprise workshop Tuesday, April 22, at Selwood Farms in Alpine. The workshop begins at 8 a.m. and will conclude around 3 p.m.
Sponsored by the Alabama Farmers Federation, the Alabama Cooperative Extension System and Mississippi State University, the workshop will cover a variety of topics, including:
-- "Revenue Potential from a Natural Resource Enteprise," by Daryl Jones with the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries at Mississippi State University.
-- "Examples of Common Natural Resource Enterprises," by Adam Rohnke of the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries at Mississippi State University.
-- "Clientele Expectations of Wildlife Enterprises," by Adam Tullos of the Department Wildlife and Fisheries at Mississippi State University.
-- "Liability and Legal Considerations," by Paul Pinyan, director of Governmental Affairs for the Alabama Farmers Federation.
-- "Building A Nature-Based Business," by Jackie Di Pofi of the Alabama Small Business Center.
-- "Landowner Cost-Share Programs For Habitat," by Mark Smith of the Alabama Cooperative Extension System at Auburn University.
-- "What It Takes To Be Successful," by Dell Hill, owner of Selwood Farms.
-- "Tour of Selwood Farms," by Wildlife & Enerprise Management.
Cost for the workshop is $35 per person and includes refreshments, lunch and handouts. Registration forms, which include directions to Selwood Farms, may be downloaded below.
For more information, contact Mark Smith at (334) 844-8099 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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