Practical Conservation Defined
Responsible land stewardship takes more than just a document on a shelf, it's the product of decisions made by empowered landowners on a daily basis. Knowing where and when can mean the difference between magnificence and mediocrity. Our unique approach and enhanced knowledge base allow us to offer our clients the expertise needed to accomplish their objectives.
We thrive on integrating solutions into complex projects within a long-term budget. Meshing new science with traditional methods yields cost-effective results on your land. A functional ecosystem offers productivity and sustainability in perpetuity, and we strive to make the most of your commitment to conservation.
Integrated solutions to reduce non-native species.
Events & Workshops
Please feel free to contact us to discuss how we can serve you. Please understand that we spend much of our time in the field, so email response may be delayed. Phone calls are preferred and messages are typically responded to in 24 hours.
Wildland Forestry & Env. Inc.
Chief Officer: Brandon L. Price, RF
629 Smothers Rd.
Madison, NC 27025
Email: fire (at) wildlandforestry.com
Piedmont Tree & Shrub Identification
This is typically a late summer or fall course, consisting of 2-3 outdoor sessions. The objective is to build the knowledge of participants to a level where they can reliably identify most of the common trees and shrubs in our area. Please email us or follow us on Facebook to see when these classes will be offered.
Tax-Relief Programs for Landowners
This seminar will outline the options for landowners interested in applying for Present-Use Valuation. The categories that are eligible in NC are: Forestry, Agriculture, Horticulture, or Wildlife Habitat Conservation. Stay tuned, this year we plan on offering this information in Rockingham County in in the middle of November. Call for information.