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Molpus Woodlands Group announces new vice president for Timberland Investments

Ashley Harris

The Molpus Woodlands Group, LLC (Molpus), a timberland management organization headquartered in Jackson, Mississippi, today announced the appointment of Ashley S. Harris as the company’s new Vice President-Timberland Investments. Harris will be the company’s leader directly responsible for overall sourcing of acquisitions and overseeing the closing processes.

Harris, 40, is a graduate of Mississippi State University (B.A., Banking and Finance, 2000) and the University of Mississippi School of Law (J.D., 2003). Prior to joining Molpus, he was a partner with the law firm of Adams and Reese LLP. His practice focused primarily on forestry, real estate and financing transactions. During Mr. Harris’ 15 years of practice, he represented timberland management companies in acquisitions and sales of more than 8 million acres of timberland along with timberland-related issues such as complex structuring on acquisitions and dispositions, financing of acquisitions, fiber supply agreements, natural resource opportunities (solar, wind, mineral and carbon), environmental issues and conservation easements.


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