Private Lands Stewardship Program

Private Lands Stewardship Program

Longleaf Pine

The “Restoring Wildlife Habitat and Longleaf Pine on Private Lands in Georgia” project is supported by a grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s Longleaf Stewardship Fund in partnership with Southern Company, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service and USDA Forest Service.

The Georgia Wildlife Federation is excited to announce that Evan Wheeler, Private Lands Biologist, has joined our team to provide forestry and wildlife habitat management technical assistance to landowners in central Georgia.

We will provide one-on-one technical assistance and develop management plans for:

  • Establishing New Longleaf Pine Stands
  • Enhancing Wildlife Habitat Quality in Existing Longleaf Pine Stands
  • Encouraging and Facilitating Long-Term Dedication to Longleaf Pine Management and Ecosystem Restoration

We will be providing technical assistance to landowners in the following counties: Harris, Crawford, Peach, Houston, Bibb, Twiggs, Wilkinson, Baldwin, Hancock, Washington, Glascock, Jefferson, Burke, Richmond, and Appling.

GWF Private Lands Stewardship Program is ON THE GROUND

The GWF Private Lands Biologist is now available to provide AT NO COST land management assistance to landowners in focal counties in central Georgia. Given the importance of active management in developing and maintaining quality wildlife habitat, the GWF Biologist...

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GWF Hires Biologist for Private Lands Program

GWF is excited to announce that Evan Wheeler, Private Lands Biologist, has joined our team to provide forestry and wildlife habitat management technical assistance to landowners in central Georgia. Evan earned B.S. and M.S. degrees in Wildlife Sciences at Auburn...

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