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Find a Deer Fawn?

Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resource Management … A doe spends very little time with... more

Urban Nuisance-Smelly Kudzu Bugs Making Spring Appearance

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Trees and Power Lines After the Storm

The most common reason for storm power outages is tree failure onto power and communications lines ... more

Don't miss it! Final Non-Timber Forest Products Fall 2014 Webinar

Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resource Management … Community Forestry;#Forestry Articles;#Water Resources;#Water Conservation & Rainwater... more

Save the Date: Farm and Home Rainwater Harvesting Workshop

Ag Crops;#Commerical Horticulture;#Farm Management;#Home Grounds and Garden … By Robert Spencer​, Urban Regional Extension Specialist ​​    The Alabama... more

Forest Farming webinar today!

Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resource Management … Community Forestry;#Forestry Articles;#Water Conservation & Rainwater Collection;#Water... more

NTFPs Please!

Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resource Management … Non-Timber Forest Products Fall Webinar Series This... more

Alabama Extension: Storm Recovery Resources

Alabamians are cleaning up after violent storms raked the state just days after the anniversary of the deadly April 2011... more

Kudzu Control

Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resource Management … New Kudzu Control in Residential Areas Publication... more

The best test for potting mixes

Alabama Fruit & Vegetable Growers Association;#Commercial Landscape … THE BEST TEST FOR POTTING MIXES The A.U.... more

Elements of Surprise: Don't Get Caught Off Guard by E-Waste Contaminants

old computer monitors When you replace your electronic devices have you ever wondered what happens to unused or discarded items? Essentially, they exist as electronic waste (e-waste). By definition, e-waste is electronic products used for data processing, telecommunications, or entertainment in households and businesses that are outdated, broken, or cannot be fixed. Materials used in these products are often toxic because they are made with harmful chemicals such as mercury, lead, cadmium, brominated flame retardants, and hexavalent chromium. If misused or mishandled, these chemicals can create serious health hazards. Learning about these hazardous substances and how they contaminate our environment and food and water supplies will help prepare you to recycle or to properly dispose of these products.   more...