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Forestry & Wildlife Inseparable Partners
by Rhett Johnson
I often tell people that biologist don’t manage wildlife, foresters do. That, of course, is an exaggeration, but basically true. Admittedly, the wildlife we enjoy today is here in large part because of the protection provided by wildlife agencies now and in the past. When the state or federal government sets bag limits and seasons, or decides that some species should be protected, those decisions are based on research and good sound wildlife biology. read more...
Alabama Natural Resources Council (ANRC)
The Alabama Natural Resources Council is a state wide organization that works to develop programs that increase the values of the state's forest resources. These programs are managed by three Council appointed committees: the County Outreach Committee, the Treasure Forest Committee, and the Forest Resources Committee.