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Aesthetics and recreation are two of the leading reasons woodland owners designate for why they own forested property. After talking with some local Oregon Women Owning Woodlands Network members it is obvious that recreation is an important element of forest ownership for them. They are out in the woods doing everything from horseback riding to plant identification.
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Forests along the Atlantic Flyway provides critical nesting and breeding habitat for countless warblers, thrushes, and other familiar feathered friends seeking a summer home.Learn how forest stewardship can enhance the health of our forests, local wood economies, and priority songbird populations.
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If you want to hear this bird sing, you need to maintain a unique forest habitat...young Jack pine trees.
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Woodland owners and managers have many reasons for owning land; enjoying wildlife and providing wildlife habitat consistently rank as one of the most important values. The following article will give you a couple ideas of how you can make sure you are creating the habitat you want.
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A dark and mysterious world filled with strange and wonderful creatures lives in the soil. Each creature plays a unique role in decomposing organic matter and converting it into nutrients your trees need to thrive.
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Have you “dug around” to find out more about the soils that hold the roots and provide nutrients for the plants on your property?