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Kentucky Forestry Best Management Practices Board to meet

By Jennifer Turner, Public Information Officer
Division of Forestry, 627 Comance Trail, Frankfort, KY

FRANKFORT, KY (10 Jul 2015) - The Kentucky Forestry Best Management Practices Board will meet at 09amCT/10amET, Tuesday, July 14, 2015 at the Kentucky Forest Industries Association, 106 Progress Drive, Frankfort, KY. Board members will discuss Kentucky's Silvicultural Best Management Practices. Board members represent woodland and farm owners, forest industry, timber harvesting operators, and staff of the University of Kentucky's Department of Forestry and the Kentucky Division of Forestry.



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