Payne Lake State Park is Improving Native Habitat

Payne Lake State Park and recreational area is undergoing some selective timber cutting to improve the native longleaf pine stands that once dominated the landscape. The restoration of native trees by removing loblolly pines will benefit wildlife and return the area to its “roots”.

Read the article from the Tuscaloosa News.

About jonathangoode

Jonathan Goode is an Accredited Land Consultant (ALC) with Southeastern Land Group, and is a licensed broker in Alabama and Mississippi. Jonathan specializes in serving buyers and sellers of farmland, timberland, hunting properties and recreational tracts of rural land.
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