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Oldest Flowering Tree in North Americal

Started Oct 2, 2018 0 Replies

Fossil of Oldest Flowering Tree in North America Discovered. And It Was Huge. -- …Continue

Agroforestry

Started Aug 11, 2018 0 Replies

Agroforestry can increase soil health, agroecosystem biodiversity, soil and total organic carbon, nectar/pollen/resin resources, reduces soil disturbance, increasing opportunities for agroforestry…Continue

Urban Forestry Presentation Link

Started May 24, 2018 0 Replies

Urban Forestry Presentation Link ---- …Continue

Forest Health

Started Mar 8, 2018 0 Replies

Why Logs Are Important ---…Continue

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"Protecting Trees and soil during construction - video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zv4zFWIp3EI&feature=youtu.be"
Dec 21, 2018
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Oldest Flowering Tree in North Americal

Fossil of Oldest Flowering Tree in North America Discovered. And It Was Huge. -- https://www.livescience.com/63719-flowering-tree-fossil-cretaceous.htmlSee More
Oct 2, 2018
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Agroforestry

Agroforestry can increase soil health, agroecosystem biodiversity, soil and total organic carbon, nectar/pollen/resin resources, reduces soil disturbance, increasing opportunities for agroforestry can reduce economic and ecosystem risksSee More
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"Jad Daley named President & CEO of American Forests ---…"
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"Michigan State University - Dept of Entomology - Eyes on the Forest - https://www.canr.msu.edu/eyes_on_the_forest/"
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May 24, 2018
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Forest Health

Why Logs Are Important --- https://mylandplan.org/content/why-logs-are-important?utm_source=deadtrees&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=2018MLPUsers-----------------Why Snags (and Cavities in Living Trees) Are Important ----…See More
Mar 8, 2018
Carl DuPoldt replied to Alicia Rose's discussion Forest Adaptation Resources Climate Change Tools and Approaches for Land Managers
"Interesting. Thanks for sharing."
Mar 1, 2018
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New Forest Farm

Welcome to New Forest Farmhttps://newforestfarm.usNew Forest Farm is a diverse Restoration Agriculture research site in the Driftless Area of Southwestern Wisconsin.Founded and stewarded by the Shepard family for over 20 years, the land is one of the country’s most ambitious large-scale conversions of former degraded corn farm into a perennial agricultural ecosystem.See More
Feb 15, 2018
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The Role of Insects and Diseases in Aspen Biology

The Role of Insects and Diseases in Aspen BiologyJohn Guyon, Forest Pathologist, USFS, Intermountain RegionDate: Tuesday, February 20, 2018 ----  Time: 12 pm (MST)   ----  https://extension.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-2juEsh9TLSQV-6TMB6IIwSee More
Feb 2, 2018
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"Life in the Soils - Videos - http://www.capitalrcd.org/project.php?p=26"
Jan 15, 2018
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"Webinars Producing & Marketing Non-Timber Forest Products…"
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Nov 10, 2017
John McNerney replied to Carl DuPoldt's discussion Buckthorn Baggie
"Or you can just zip-tie (or rubber band) a piece of an old black plastic garbage bag over the stump."
Nov 8, 2017
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Tamarack Tree - Some Links that may be of interest

Tamarack: the unsolved mystery tree http://www.yourleaf.org/blog/andrea-bake/2013-09-16/tamarack-unsolved-mystery-tree -------------- Tamarack: Our Only Native Deciduous Conifer…See More
Oct 29, 2017

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Beech Leaf Disease

Started by Brett Chedzoy in Woodlot Management. Last reply by Brett Chedzoy Jan 29. 4 Replies

This just in...  Would be interested to know if anyone sees this in their woods come spring.http://forestry.ohiodnr.gov/portals/forestry/pdfs/BLDAlert.pdf…Continue

480a disqualification after EAB

Started by Bill Pontius in Woodlot Management Jan 4. 0 Replies

Here's a hypothetical question (hopefully). If an ash stand no longer has sufficient density to qualify for the 480a program following ash borer invasion, and if that stand is necessary for having more than 50 acres for the program, what happens?…Continue

controlling beech

Started by robert dalbo in Woodlot Management. Last reply by robert dalbo Dec 11, 2018. 2 Replies

I have a section on my property approximately 5 acres with mature oak and maples 18 to 20 inches, well spaced, but the understory is a combination of beech and ferns. I have cut some beech and sprayed some the ferns with mediocre success. I do not…Continue

New film & resources to help YOU save forests!

Started by Lew Ward in Woodlot Management Nov 19, 2018. 0 Replies

'New film & resources to help YOU save forests!A new, short, animated (and…Continue

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IPhone surveys

Started by Jim Martin in Woodlot Management. Last reply by Jim Martin Oct 27, 2018. 2 Replies

Smart phones have GPS.  Has anyone figured out how to use them for mapping wooded land.  I am especially interested in a way to map  my logging trails. Jim MartinContinue

Oldest Flowering Tree in North Americal

Started by Carl DuPoldt in Forest Health Oct 2, 2018. 0 Replies

Fossil of Oldest Flowering Tree in North America Discovered. And It Was Huge. -- https://www.livescience.com/63719-flowering-tree-fossil-cretaceous.htmlContinue

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