|BCAP Biomass Crop Assistance Program||
The Biomass Crop Assistance Program (BCAP) is part of the latest Farm Bill to assist forestland owners and operators with matching payments for eligible material by a qualified Biomass Conversion Facility. The objective of this program is to stimulate the production of biomass based energy throughout the United States.
|Jan 8, 2010||3001-1431|
|Living Well Newsletter, Volume 9, Issue 1||Aug 8, 2013||FCS-46P|
|Options for Clearing Land: Pasture Establishment for Horses||
You have considered the ramifications of clearing your land (To Clear or Not To Clear – That Is the Question, Virginia Cooperative Extension publication 465-340), and you have decided to go forward. Now this publication addresses a question many new landowners ask: How do I clear land?
|May 1, 2009||465-341|
|TREE Cookies Etc. Fall 2007||Mar 15, 2013||ANR-59|
|TREE Cookies Etc. Fall 2008||Mar 15, 2013||ANR-60|
|TREE Cookies Etc. February 2006||Mar 15, 2013||ANR-56|
|TREE Cookies Etc. July 2006||Mar 15, 2013||ANR-57|
|TREE Cookies Etc. May 2007||Mar 15, 2013||ANR-58|
|TREE Cookies Etc. November 2005||Mar 15, 2013||ANR-55|
|TREE Cookies Etc. Spring 2010||Mar 15, 2013||ANR-61|
|TREE Cookies Etc. Winter 2011/12||Mar 18, 2013||ANR-62|
|TREE Cookies Etc. Winter 2012/13||Jan 22, 2013||ANR-33|
|To Clear or Not To Clear -- That Is the Question||
There are several reasons why someone might want to clear woodland. Pasture for livestock, space for horseback riding, creating a vista, making space for a garden, increasing lawn size, or establishing a field for hay or other crops are but a few. Regardless of the reason, it is important to carefully evaluate all options and thoroughly understand the ramifications.
|May 1, 2009||465-340|
|Trees and Shrubs that Tolerate Saline Soils and Salt Spray Drift||
Concentrated sodium (Na), a component of salt, can damage plant tissue whether it contacts above or below ground parts. High salinity can reduce plant growth and may even cause plant death. Care should be taken to avoid excessive salt accumulation from any source on tree and shrub roots, leaves or stems. Sites with saline (salty) soils, and those that are exposed to coastal salt spray or paving de-icing materials, present challenges to landscapers and homeowners.
|May 1, 2009||430-031|