The Land Show Episode 423

This week on The Land Show, Jonathan Goode talks with: 

– Ethan Barrett, with the Alabama Forestry Commission, updates us on the recent relaxing of burn restrictions across the state. Ethan also shares about a new project where the Forestry Commission will be doing controlled burns at Cheaha State Park to reduce fuel loads and improve aesthetics around the park.

– Tyler Briggs tells about how he recently purchased a property and how he has improved the habitat to increase deer and turkey populations on the land. Tyler and his father were able to take mature bucks on the day after Thanksgiving this year.

– Randall Upchurch talks about an addition to his family farm in Clay County, and the process of cleaning up some timberland and converting it to use as pasture in our Farmland Report.

– Brian Watts talks about his new role as the President of the Alabama Chapter of the Realtors Land Institute. Brian talks about the land education available to real estate agents and how the organization better helps agents to serve people buying and selling land.

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