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2016

It is a safe bet that every parcel of privately owned forest land in Pennsylvania has multiple invasive species. With these invasive species posing more problems than can possibly all be solved at once, how can landowners decide when and how to act?

Native plants are often already on our local landscapes, but management can be critical to their maintenance as well as the general habitats in which they occur.

This webinar provides an overview of how to incorporate forest farming with other forest stewardship goals.

This webinar explains what it takes to have a successful timber sale.

Forestry labeled herbicides are a low risk and effective means of controlling undesirable forest vegetation in hardwood forestry.

In Pennsylvania, about a third of the woodland owners are women who make decisions for about 19% of the state’s private forest land.

Find out about doe strategies during the breeding season and how population density affects the dispersal of yearling females.

This presentation addresses how prioritization is an implementation of IPM, as it requires clarity of objective, setting thresholds, identifying available resources, assigning the proper prescription, and monitoring results.

Many woodland owners recognize that planning for their land’s future after their ownership is an important expression of their stewardship ethic.

The golden-winged warbler has undergone significant population declines in Pennsylvania due to the loss of early successional forest habitat.