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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?
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The search for alternative energy sources, including forest bioenergy, increases pressure on the productive capacity of forests lands. Soils must be able to simultaneously support current timber harvesting methods and provide long-term forest growth.
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What macroinvertebrates do you have in your stream? As a good indicator of stream health, you may want to find what lives in your stream.
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We didn't think our creek had any fish because a section goes dry every summer. But looks are deceiving. Recently scientists conducting field surveys in our area, confirmed that we do have trout.
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Land and water. We always talk about them together, but why?
The reason is simple: to care for the land is to care for the water.