A tree was planted 15 years ago. Today it was harvested. Tomorrow it will be processed into essential fiber, wood products and electricity, and next year another tree will be replanted in its place.
A newly released study found that the annual economic impact of Virginia’s agriculture and forestry sectors increased by nearly 7% since similar research was conducted in 2016.
Statewide expansion of hardwood habitat is the grand prize for a unique scavenger hunt open to all Virginia landowners.
Virginia’s forest custodians and timber growers gathered for a day of dialogue, policy discussion and a walk in the woods Sept. 1 as part of Virginia Farm Bureau Federation’s Forestry Advisory Committee meeting in Grayson County.
When your date asks to go somewhere expensive, visit the local lumberyard.