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Taking Soil Samples – Management Minute Video

We depend on soils to grow our food, but they also support the natural systems that we count on to produce forest and wildlife resources.  Soils impact forestland productivity, and can determine if certain plants and animals grow and thriv…

1 min read

Wild Neighbors: Living with Urban & Suburban Wildlife

Living near intrusive neighbors can be a challenge. Especially when they howl in the middle of the night, slither through your yard, chew on your house, and steal your food. Wildlife neighbors certainly can present problems at times…

6 min read

Controlling Predators to Increase Quail Populations

Controlling predators to increase quail populations is a frequent topic of discussion at hunting camps, around the table at your local restaurant, the grocery store, or any other place where a few quail hunters happen to stumble upon one an…

8 min read

Basal Area: A Measure Made for Management

Basal area is an important unit of measurement in forestry and land management, but it can often be misunderstood, even by professionals. Learn what basal area is, why it is used as a measurement instead of trees-per-acre, and how it is cal…

8 min read

Common Forestry Terms for the Forest Landowner

Without a basic understanding of forestry terms, it can be difficult to communicate with foresters or buyers of forestland or timber. Being well versed in forestry terminology can help landowners feel confident when making management decisi…

11 min read