Georgia forest land has been gradually increasing over the years. Forests now cover a majority of the state's land area, making Georgia the largest timber-producing state in the southeastern U.S.
Georgia is home to nearly 1,400 forest products manufacturers and is consistently ranked near the top in pulp and paper production and in the top ten lumber-producing states.
Georgia's forest-product industry is environmentally friendly, based on a renewable resource wisely managed by professional foresters. Forest products are recyclable and biodegradable, making them a natural choice for today's environmentally conscious consumers. Through professional forest management, Georgia's largest renewable resource can meet society's demands well into the 21st century.
- Forest Farming - Forest Gardening Growing Alternative Crops Under a Forest Canopy (C 1029) This publication describes forest farming (also known as forest gardening), which can be defined as cultivation of plants under a forest canopy (as opposed to wildcrafting, the practice of collecting …
- Land Application of Pulp Mill Lime Mud (B 1249) Lime mud is a by-product produced in pulp mills as part of the process that turns wood chips into pulp for paper. The pulp mill cooks wood chips with sodium hydroxide to extract the wood fiber used to…
- Tax Tips for Forest Landowners for the 2017 Tax Year (C 1136) Linda Wang, National Timber Tax Specialist, Forest Service Specific Federal income tax laws and rules apply to timber-related income and expenses. The tax tips provided in this bulletin are intended t…
- Promoting a Healthy Forest on Your Land (B 1494) David Coyle and Mark Megalos, Southern Regional Extension Forestry Healthy forests provide many public benefits like clean air and water, wildlife and plant habitat, and diverse forest products that …
Forest *A* Syst Tools to manage your private woodlands.
Impact Statements: Forestry Descriptions of Extension efforts to improve knowledge and practices related to forestry.
Silvopasture An online course on the establishment and management principles for pine forests in the Southeastern United States.
Southern Regional Extension Forestry This cooperation of southern land-grant universities is to identify, prescribe, and implement a mix of educational and technical services that increase the efficiency of forestry programs.
UGA Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health: Forest Resources Information Resources from the UGA Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health to help you manage your forest.
UGA Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources This college homepage includes resources targeted to students, researchers and communities with ecological concerns.
UGA Warnell Outreach Publications View outreach publications from UGA Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources
Georgia Forestry Association Promotes the interests of Georgia's extractive and wood products industries on regulatory and legislative issues. Provides some educational resources, links, and contacts.
Georgia Forestry Commission Includes extensive information on forest fires, forest management, and forest products.
Society of American Foresters Provides education, certification, career, and community resources for current and future forestry professionals.
U.S. Forest Service Provides resources for forest protection and management, forestry research, local and federal government programs, and government forestry employees.
Agroforestry & Wildlife September field day is geared specifically for forest landowners.
Thinning Pines Decreasing the number of pine trees helps the remaining trees grow faster.
Climate Learning Network Webinars, e-lessons and the latest news available for helping farmers and foresters cope with weird weather.