Oklahoma Woodland Owners Association to meet Sept. 19

Grasslands and prairie are typically thought of when considering Oklahoma landscapes. However, woodland and forest owners’ minds will go in a different direction.
To address some of the questions in their minds and talk all things woodlands, the Oklahoma Woodland Owners Association is partnering up with Oklahoma State University and the Oklahoma Forestry Services to for a meeting.
Read more on NewsOK.com

Grasslands and prairie are typically thought of when considering Oklahoma landscapes. However, woodland and forest owners’ minds will go in a different direction.

To address some of the questions in their minds and talk all things woodlands, the Oklahoma Woodland Owners Association is partnering up with Oklahoma State University and the Oklahoma Forestry Services to for a meeting.

Read more on NewsOK.com
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