This week started off with presiding over the Clay County Farmers Federation Annual Meeting. We had a good meeting with Rosemary Elebash, Director of NFIB, speaking on how grassroot efforts can stop an increase in property taxes. She did a great job.
Another day I met with a timber buyer about buying a tract of timber and thinning another. Hopefully something will come of this.
Lisa and I put up more tomatoes for winter and I sold, probable, the last of my crop for the year. We are planning on making some salsa out of the remaining tomatoes we gather.
Another day this week we met at the Clay County Extension office for a review of programs for the year and a question and answer session.
We have had many different things going on this week.
Dewberry Lands is a family owned operation located in Lineville, Alabama. The property is managed for timber production, recreation, wildlife, and asthetics. This Blog is to share information about management, care, and use of the property that GOD has allowed us to own during our lifetime! Our goal is to make it better for the next generation. This site is COPYRIGHT PROTECTED.
Friday, July 29, 2011
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