How many acres of woodland do you own or annually manage?
Please describe, with two or three sentences, why you are interested in woodlot ecology and management. Your answer helps us ensure that only those people truly interested in woodlots are added as members.
I am interested in woodlot management and ecology from a natural resources economics view point. I am interested in how wildlife, timber markets and proper management affect the value of landowners woodlots. I currently work for Clinton County SWCD and am interested in how implementation of BMP's and forest operations affect long term forest health for landowners. I have a background in invasive species management, agro-forestry and draft horse logging.
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