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The Arkansas Forest Resources Center under the aegis of the Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service is in the business of educating the public about sustaining, maintaining, restoring, improving, conserving, and preserving our natural resources.  We work with timber producers; private landowners; homeowners; local, state, and federal governments; community and non-profit organizations; 4-H youth; and individuals about environmental and natural resource topics.  Additionally, we provide education to professionals in natural resource fields for continuing education credits.

Arkansas Forests Arkansas Wildlife Professional Education Youth Education
Managing Your Woodlands Habitat Management Registered Foresters 4-H Wildlife Habitat Education Program
Marketing Wood Products Native Plants for Wildlife Wildlife Professionals 4-H Forestry Contest
Timber Price Report Backyard Habitat Urban Foresters 4-H Shooting Sports
Forest Health Wildlife Enterprise   4-H O-Rama's
Arkansas Invasive Insects Dealing with Problem Wildlife    
Community Forestry Feral Hog Control    
Women Owning Woodlands      

UA Division of Agriculture  -  Agricultural Experiment Station  -  Cooperative Extension Service  -  School of Forest Resources  -  UA-Monticello

Arkansas Forest Resources Center, P.O. Box 3468, 110 University Ct., Monticello, AR 71656
870.460.1052  -