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Virginia Forest Landowner Education

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The Virginia Forest Landowner Education Program's (VFLEP) services are designed to enable forest landowners to meet their ownership objectives through sound forest stewardship and sustainable forestry practices.  VFLEP is a multi-agency educational initiative coordinated by Virginia Tech's Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation.

Specific goals of VFLEP include: preserving Virginia's land base, reducing exotic insects, plants and diseases; maintaining a diversity of game and non-game wildlife species, promoting the production of quality wood and non-timber forest products, generating public understanding and support for the management of Virginia's vast forest resources, building relationships between experienced and less-experienced private forest landowners, and encouraging dialogue and cooperation within Virginia's natural resource community and among private forest landowners.

Virginia Forest Landowner Education Program website.


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