Tree and woodland health
Missouri citizens own about 85 percent of the state's 15 million forested acres.Learn more
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News & articles
- Published: Friday, May 4, 2018
HILLSBORO, Mo. – University of Missouri Extension offers a one-night session in Hillsboro on June 13 to help landowners learn how to market timber. Too many landowners sell their timber for only a fraction of its worth, says MU Extension ...
Emerald Ash Borer University is the collaborative effort of the USDA Forest Service, Michigan State University, Purdue University, and Ohio State University. EAB University serves as the nation's clearinghouse on all aspects of this destructive ...
This 60-page PDF from the Missouri Department of Conservation lists recommended trees for Missouri landscapes. It also describes how to select, buy, transport, plant and care for trees.
Through research and scholarly endeavors, CAFNR strives to discover and disseminate new knowledge, scientific information and innovations through formal and non-formal educational programs.
A 36-page PDF from the Northeast Forest Resources Extension Council Series that addresses planning and conducting a timber harvest to minimize the disruptive effects of cutting and removing trees on a forest.
Find out more about the Asian longhorned beetle on the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service website.