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This month Women Owning Woodlands is focusing on invasive species - a subject I spend a great deal of time thinking about. As I was writing the post about the recent discovery of emerald ash borer (EAB) in Minnesota's woods I realized the Women Owning Woodlands website doesn't have an article about EAB. Something I will now correct.
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Emerald ash borer (EAB), an invasive beetle that kills ash trees native to North America, has been in Minnesota since its discovering in St. Paul in 2009. Until now it's been the bane of cities, communities and government agencies. Recently it was discovered on private forest land in Winona county.
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What do you do when your woodland is threatened by an invasive pest? This is the story of the planning and outcomes from a hemlock wooly adelgid infestation in a University woodlot. Guest Author Patrick White, Farming: The Journal of Northeast Agriculture
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Ever wanted to hunt javelina, but didn't know where to start? This workshop and hunt for women hunters will take place Feb 15-17, 2013 near Tucson. Pre-registration is required.
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A group of land parcels in Sullivan County, New York, known as Mongaup Sanctuary, is protected with a conservation easement with Delaware Highlands Conservancy. The 100 acres include a wetland with a creek running through it, open fields once used for farming, and woodland.
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"To my mind, we’ve had an increase in wildlife since recent logging by our neighbors, and we’ve also had an increase in wildlife traversing our land because of the dense forest of the USFS. Wildlife is not unfamiliar around our parts. We’re near the Cabinet Mountain Wilderness, so there are large tracks of land for black bear, grizzly, elk, deer, moose, and all sorts of little critters."
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This month Women Owning Woodlands is focusing on invasive species - a subject I spend a great deal of time thinking about.
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Emerald ash borer (EAB), an invasive beetle that kills ash trees native to North America, has been in Minnesota since its discovering in St. Paul in 2009. Until now it's been the bane of cities, communities and government agencies.
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What do you do when your woodland is threatened by an invasive pest? This is the story of the planning and outcomes from a hemlock wooly adelgid infestation in a University woodlot. Guest Author Patrick White, Farming: The Journal of Northeast Agriculture
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Ever wanted to hunt javelina, but didn't know where to start? This workshop and hunt for women hunters will take place Feb 15-17, 2013 near Tucson. Pre-registration is required.
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A group of land parcels in Sullivan County, New York, known as Mongaup Sanctuary, is protected with a conservation easement with Delaware Highlands Conservancy. The 100 acres include a wetland with a creek running through it, open fields once used for farming, and woodland.
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"To my mind, we’ve had an increase in wildlife since recent logging by our neighbors, and we’ve also had an increase in wildlife traversing our land because of the dense forest of the USFS. Wildlife is not unfamiliar around our parts. We’re near the Cabinet Mountain Wilderness, so there are large tracks of land for black bear, grizzly, elk, deer, moose, and all sorts of little critters."