The School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences will host the second annual Spring Fling and Outdoor Expo on April 18, 2014 at Crooked Oaks Farm in Notasulga, Alabama. This nationally renowned farm, owned by legendary coach Pat Dye, is the site of Quail Hollow Gardens, a beautiful Japanese maple farm, and the Crooked Oaks hunting lodge. All proceeds raised from the event will go toward scholarships in the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences.
The evening's entertainment will include fabulous silent and live auctions conducted by Coach Dye, demonstrations by Auburn University’s EcoDogs and Raptor Center, live music and dancing, tours of Coach Dye’s home and Quail Hollow Gardens, and the Outdoor Expo. The Expo will feature exhibitors offering a wide variety of products and services relating to work and leisure in the outdoors. Vendors include businesses specializing in hunting, conservation, research and education, horticulture, outdoor recreation, and more.
Like the Spring Fling and Outdoor Expo Facebook Page to see photos from the 2013 event and to get more details about 2014 as they come available.
** Disclaimer: In the event of inclement weather, net proceeds from sponsorships and tickets will not be refunded and will be used to benefit the SFWS by supporting students, faculty, and programming initiatives.