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MALVERN, Arkansas – Cody Baker, 27, calls his company Baker Land and Cattle, but these days his business is in the woods, not the pastures. The name may be misleading, but it’s also appropriate. Baker and his dad, Kevin, 52, don’t actually run cattle anymore, but they did for a long time, and in fact that’s what led them to logging.
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Arkansas Group Receives USDA Bottomland Grant
Dr. Homer Wilkes, Under Secretary for Natural Resources and Environment at the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA), met with faculty from the University of Arkansas at Monticello (UAM) and the Arkansas Forest Resources Center (AFRC) of the University…
Northeast Texas Tornadoes Cause Estimated $13 Million In Damage To Timber
A series of tornadoes that struck Northeast Texas in early November damaged timber on more than 10,000 acres; the timber was worth an estimated $13 million. Storms that tracked across North Texas on Nov. 4 resulted in seven tornadoes, five of which…
Alabama Wildlife Federation, The Westervelt Co. Unveil “Westervelt Forest”
Representatives of the Alabama Wildlife Federation (AWF) and The Westervelt Co. unveiled “Westervelt Forest” with a ribbon cutting on December 6. The seventy-acre working forest and wildlife demonstration area, located at AWF State Headquarters in…
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