Doug McLaren, KWOA President, is featured guest on May 18 From The Woods Today webcast
Now in his fourth year as president of KWOA, Doug McLaren presents the broad scope of how the association partners with private and public natural resources and forestry entities to inform and enable woodland owners in the many aspects of managing their properties.
McLaren’s preference for a hands-on approach is evident in his suggestion that “trees have stories to tell’ about past historical use of the land, natural events, and migratory and permanent users of forests - some welcome and some not by landowners.
Enjoy Doug’s lively webcast about what KWOA is and does and how you can access its website, quarterly newsletter and monthly email blast and more at:
WRUS radio, Russellville, hosts KWOA guests on American Chestnut restoration: KWOA board members Henry Duncan and Jimmie Sizemore were the featured guests on the April 27th broadcast of WRUS radio Feedback with Don Neagle. Henry’s ancestors owned forests in Logan County, home of WRUS radio 610 AM, Russellville. The hour aired a lively interchange on the history and demise of the American Chestnut. Jimmie described the three-pronged approach to its restoration by The American Chestnut Foundation (read more at ACF.org). Listen to the one-hour broadcast by going to the April 27 Podcast on the WRUS website at https://streamdb3web.securenetsystems.net/cirrusencore/WRUSAM.