Landowners interested in earning additional revenue from their land can take part in a one-day workshop.
The first workshop will be held at Lake Hall Farm in Lake Village, Ark., March 2.
A second workshop will be held at Cypress Lodge Outfitters in Kilmichael, Miss., March 8.
Mississippi State University has partnered with the Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation, Ducks Unlimited, Natural Resources Conservation Service, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, University of Arkansas, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to offer these workshops for private landowners interested in developing a natural resource enterprise.
Natural resource enterprises encompass a variety of activities including fee hunting and angling, trail riding, agritourism, wildlife watching, or bed and breakfasts. Often, these enterprises allow landowners to include multiple activities on their land to provide additional revenue.
Registration is limited to 75 people; a fee of $20 applies. For more information visit: www.wildlifeworkshop.msstate.edu or call (662) 325-3174.