Interesting Research News and Tools for Landowners – July 2016
Posted: July 14, 2016
Fewer female white-tailed deer disperse than males, but when they do, they typically travel more than twice as far, taking much more convoluted paths and covering larger areas, according to researchers in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences.
When forest properties are put on the market, they may be purchased by new forest landowners who have limited experience in the stewardship of natural resources. Maryland’s future forest landowners need resources to help them learn about actively managing their newly acquired property.
The Northeast has been warming for a number of years with the largest change being an increase in winter temperatures, especially daily minimum temperatures.
With its slogan of “Wood to Wing,” and with support from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the five-year Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance project seeks to facilitate development of a sustainable “biojet” fuel industry using forest residuals that would typically be burned in a pile.
Some forest landowners hesitate to invest in commercial quality forestry tools without knowing how much use they will get out of them. This publication provides you with low cost alternatives. While they are a good introduction and low-cost alternative, these tools do not compare with commercially available tools, which are more accurate, easier to use, and last longer.
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