ID

ANR-136P(CNRE-110P)

Authors as Published

Jennifer L. Gagnon, Coordinator, Virginia Forest Landowner Education Program; Neil A. Clark, Extension Agent, Agriculture and Natural Resources-Forestry, Southeast District, Virginia Cooperative Extension; Adam K. Downing, Extension Agent, Agriculture and Natural Resources-Forestry, Northern District, Virginia Cooperative Extension; K. Jason Fisher, Extension Agent, Agriculture and Natural Resources-Forestry, Central District, Virginia Cooperative Extension; Gregory E. Frey, Research Forester, USDA Forest Service; William C. Worrell, Extension Agent, Agriculture and Natural Resources-Forestry, Southwest District, Virginia Cooperative Extension


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Publication Date

July 16, 2020