Tom Counts, Laverne Matheson, Carl Godsey, and Mike Henshaw.
Items discussed included:
- Amendment One
- FAWN Photos
- FAWN Teacher Evaluations
- Boating Safety as a possible FAWN Learning Station
- New Extension Publication titled "In Alabama, Money Does Grow on Trees: Forestry and Its Economic Importance to Alabama."
- Carbon Credits-Possible source of income for private landowners. James Malone with the Alabama TREASURE Forest Association would like to hold a meeting in Winston County about Carbon Credits.
- Forestry Field Day for 2009. Discussed possible location, and topics for stations.
- Invasive Plant Issue of the Alabama's TREASURED Forests Magazine.
- Tom Counts announced a Hunter Education Class to be taught at the U. S. Forest Service Office in Double Springs on November 3rd, 4th, and 6th. Participants must register online at www.outdooralabama.com/hunting/education by noon October 31st.
Next meeting will be held on November 20th at the U. S. Forest Office in Double Springs at 9:00 a.m. A tour of Ronnie's Lumber Mill in Double Springs will follow the meeting.