Area Extension Forester
Department of Forestry
University of Kentucky
216 T.P. Cooper Building
Lexington, Kentucky 40546-0073
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B.S. in Forestry, West Virginia University, 1969
Providing traditional forestry extension programs throughout the state.
The objective is to promote proper forest management practices of hardwoods for forest landowners, families, young people and the communities they live in.
With a better understanding of basic forest management principals, these individuals can improve the quality of the timber resources of Kentucky and also increase the potential dollar value of timber being sold.
Websites/Publications of interest:
Special Envirothon Training for 2010 Competition
Condensed Dichotomous Tree ID Key
Books Suitable for Young Readers Relating to Forestry
Extended Book List for Young Readers
Books for Younger Readers Correlated with Project Learning Tree
Books for Younger Readers of Environmental Education
Recommended Book List for Older Readers of Conservation and Ecology
Interesting GPS links on the Internet
Teaching GPS in Less than an Hour
Frequently Asked Questions about GPS
Ways to Use the GPS
Global Positioning System
Kentucky Forest Leadership Program
Tree Identification for Effective Herbicide Use
Materials Useful to Agents/Teachers
Project Learning Tree
Twelve Months of Forestry