Wood lot owners can find it difficult to picture how the woods they are so familiar with will benefit from management that can make such a dramatic change to its appearance. The jobs of consulting foresters, state service foresters, cutting plans, chapter lands and management plans will be talked about. The debate over carbon, climate change and forestland Carbon is creating a new roll for woodlot owners. Lots of time for Q&ARegister online: …See More
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