Mississippi’s Lower Delta Partnership is partnering with Mississippi State University Natural Resource Enterprises to offer a workshop for landowners interested in restoring wildlife and bottom land hardwood forests on their land after the 2019 flood.
Wildlife biologists and foresters will give presentations on restoring and replanting bottomland hardwoods, restoration of waterfowl habitats, chronic wasting disease, and flood assistance availability. There will also be a session on Farm Bill Program opportunities. Speakers will be available to answer questions as well.
The February 27 workshop will be held at the Theodore Roosevelt National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center located near Onward, Mississippi on Highway 61. The workshop is free, but advance registration is required and is limited. To register for the workshop visit: http://wildlifeworkshop.msstate.edu/register.asp or call Alisha McNeal at 662-325-3133.