Greg Long is a lifelong native of Georgia. Born and reared in the Atlanta area, he currently lives in Union County, Georgia USA.
Greg earned his associate’s degree in science at Young Harris College in 1980. He then transferred to UGA’s Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources where he graduated in 1984 with a bachelor’s degree in timber management.
Greg’s first experience in forestry was in 1978 when he served as a volunteer firefighter with the U.S. Forest Service while still in school at Young Harris College. After graduating from UGA, he worked as a research technician in the field of site preparation herbicides. From 1985 to 1992, Greg worked for the Georgia Forestry Commission as a Management Forester. In 1992, he went into private practice in the Dublin-Laurens County area, and now practices statewide.
Love of the Earth and preservation of her resources has been his life’s passion. An avid outdoorsman, Greg enjoys hunting and fishing in his free time.
Georgia Registered Forester # 001912
Georgia Certified Burner #1159
Georgia Forestry Association
Society of American Foresters
Continuing Education Credits
Intensive Forest Management
Integrating Wildlife with Intensive Forest Management
Deer Ecology and Management
Recreational Pond Management
Thinning Methods and Operations for Plantations
Fundamentals of Jurisdictional Wetland Delineation and Functional Assessments
Fertilization and Pine Straw Management
Stumpage Markets, Wood Quality, and Southern Pine Management Decisions
Healthy Forests Managing for Bugs, Wildlife, and Big Trees
Lidar Applications for Remote Sensory Forest Inventories