The Southern Group of State Foresters and the North Carolina Forest Service created the North Carolina Learn Plan Act Initiative to support landowners and provide them with easy access to educational materials and resources to keep their woods healthy.

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Through this website, landowners can quickly view a curated collection of content related to the North Carolina Woods for Wildlife Conservation Initiative.  This partnership strives to engage more woodland owners in forest management and certification to enhance habitat for species of conservation concern and declining forests like longleaf and bottomland hardwoods. 

The initial project area includes 14 counties in Southeastern NC, made possible through a grant with National Fish & Wildlife Foundation and supplemental funders.

Advisory Committee: American Forest Foundation • Audubon North Carolina • Fort Bragg • National Resources Conservation Service • National Wild Turkey Federation • NC Forest Service • NC State Extension Forestry • NC Tree Farm • NC Wildlife Resources Commission • Quail Forever • US Fish & Wildlife Service • The Nature Conservancy