Mississippi State University
Natural Resource Enterprises workshops


Outdoor Business Workshop for Landowners

Improve wildlife habitat on your land

Learn about habitat conservation practices to enhance recreation and fee-access leasing potential on your property.

Talk directly to experts and business owners

Morning presentations will allow you to ask questions and talk to legal experts, wildlife habitat specialists, local outdoor business owners, accountants, marketing specialists, and more.

Learn about different outdoor businesses

Not sure what business might be right for you? We'll talk about the various types of outdoor businesses, including the pros and cons and income potential of each. Examples include otudoor recreation businesses such as hunting leases and agritourism and businesses based on harvesting the resources on your land (i.e. Christmas tree farms and u-pick farms).

Need more information?

Visit the Natural Resource Enterprises program website at www.naturalresources.msstate.edu for information about what we do, how to start a business, how to operate a business, how to grow a business, and more.

Cost is $10 per person or $15 a couple.

The Small Farm Demonstration Workshops are funded through the MS Department of Environmental Quality. There is no charge for this workshop, however, registration is required.

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January 16, 2020
Vanee Park | Liberty, MS
4124 Hwy. 24

February 6, 2020
The Capps Center | Indianola, MS
920 US 82 W

February 13, 2020
Humphrey County USDA Services | Belzoni, MS
304 W Jackson Street

February 20, 2020
Neshoba County Coliseum | Philadelphia, MS
1200 Hwy 15 N

February 27, 2020
Theodore Roosevelt National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center | Rolling Fork, MS
5068 Hwy 61 North

April 9, 2020
Mr. Harvey Horn | Magnolia, MS
1106 Frank Carver Road


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MSU Wildlife biologist, Dr. Jeanne Jones, discusses native plants

Natural Resource Enterprises