Service and Outreach

24 Million

67 %

$23.6 Billion

acres of forests

of Georgia's land

impact on Georgia's economy

The Daniel B. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources public service and outreach program is designed to place the latest ideas and technology in forestry and natural resources management into real world application by the residents of Georgia to enhance the use and value of Georgia's vital renewable natural resources.

Established in 1906, the Daniel B. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources is the oldest program in the South that provides service and outreach programs in all aspects of forestry and forest management, water and soils resources, wildlife, fisheries, and natural resources recreation. Clientele served include private landowners and residents: practicing natural resources professionals; industry; federal, state and local agencies; K-12 educators; resource decision makers, primarily from the state of Georgia, but also from the southeast and worldwide. Outreach activities include not only landowner assistance, short courses, workshops, field days, and continuing education; but also on-line classes, publication of handbooks and manuals, and presentations at professional conferences.

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