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List of Alabama state forests

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List of Alabama state forests

The state forests of Alabama are maintained by the Alabama Forestry Commission.

Contents

  • Current state forests 1
  • Former state forests 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Current state forests

Name County Size Status
Choccolocco State Forest Calhoun 4,536 acres (1,836 ha) Timber. Part of the Choccolocco Wildlife Management Area, co-managed by the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
Edward A. Hauss State Forest Nursery Conecuh 319 acres (129 ha) Nursery, Timber
Geneva State Forest Geneva 7,120 acres (2,880 ha) Hunting, Recreational, Timber
Little River State Forest Escambia
Monroe
2,100 acres (850 ha) Disabled hunting, Recreational, Timber
Macon State Forest Macon 190 acres (77 ha) Disabled hunting, Timber
Weogufka State Forest Coosa 240 acres (97 ha) Timber

Former state forests

Name County Size Status
Baldwin State Forest Baldwin 240 acres (97 ha)
Crawford State Forest Mobile 80 acres (32 ha)
Fayette State Experiment Forest Fayette 1,332 acres (539 ha) Defunct, currently known as the Fayette Experimental and Demonstration Forest. Now owned and managed by Auburn University
George Washington State Forest Covington 20 acres (8.1 ha)
Miller State Forest Nursery Autauga 201 acres (81 ha)
Saint Stephens State Forest Washington Sold

See also

External links

  • Alabama Forestry Commission
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