WEA Forester Examines Humanizing Hunting on Blood Origins Podcast

  Wiregrass Ecological Associates (WEA) Forester Alex Harvey was recently featured on the 97th episode of the Blood Origins Podcast. The Blood Origins podcast uses unique storytelling to raise awareness for conservation and change how hunting is viewed. Episodes encompass all aspects of hunting and conservation, featuring guests like Weatherby Award Winner Enrique Zamacola, Matt […]

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Grow and Thrive with Software that’s Alive!

By Mike Berzinis II, RF, CSM. Running your business on dead software is frustrating. Dead software tech is typified by being hard to use or lacking updates which make it relevant with a rapidly evolving tech landscape. Software limping along on its last legs causes one to miss out on time saving automations, modern usability […]

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WEA Presents on Imperiled Species Considerations at Florida Master Logger Workshop

  Wiregrass Ecological Associates (WEA) recently instructed students during the 2021 Florida Master Logger Workshop in Lake City, Florida.  This 2-day initial training workshop is sponsored by the Florida Forestry Association and the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) State Implementation Committee (SIC).  Loggers earn their Florida Master Logger certification by completing this workshop which includes modules […]

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SFC and WEA Provide Insights to UF Students on Wildlife Management for Private Lands

  John Dooner (SFC Partner) and Austin Carroll (WEA President and SFC Partner) joined the University of Florida School of Forest Resources and Conservation’s Integrated Natural Resource Management class as guest lecturers for the second consecutive year. Focusing on Wildlife Management and Environmental Considerations on Private Lands in Florida, Mr. Dooner and Mr. Carroll discussed […]

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Are You Maximizing Potential During Reforestation?

Common responses when landowners discuss options for reforestation are, “I will never reap the benefits of the investment” or “I want to minimize costs because it will be so long before I can harvest.” Every situation is unique. Landowners must consider time frame, capital availability and allocation, current and future ownership arrangements, market dynamics, and […]

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