Extension and Service

A past student, Dr. Jason Riddle, and I share the results of our research with private landowners, farm managers, and biologists during a field day.

From 1999 through 2008, I was an Extension Wildlife Specialist at North Carolina State University.  Below are some of the tangible products I produced while in extension, often in collaboration with others.  Although I no longer have a formal appointment in extension, I continue to participate in extension and outreach activities.

Forest Management for Wildlife

Developing Wildlife-friendly Pine Plantations
Breaking Through the Food Plot Mentality

Using Prescribed Fire to Manage Habitat

North Carolina Prescribed Fire Council – Past Chair
Using Fire to Improve Wildlife Habitat

Wildlife Conservation in Agricultural Landscapes

Maximizing the Benefits of Field Borders
Qualifying Native Warm-season Grasses and Early Successional Habitat
Native Warm-season Grasses: Past Lessons and a New Vision

Conserving Wildlife in Urban Landscapes

Urban Wildlife Working Group, TWS – Past Chair

Urban Wildlife Publications

Landscaping for Wildlife with Native Plants

Other Extension

Bring Extension into the Classroom
An Introduction to the Revised Southern Region 4-H Wildlife Projects