My 50 years in a woodlot

Kernan, Henry S.
February 1997
New York State Conservationist;Feb97, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p17
Details the author's experience in managing woodlots. Development of a management plan and type map describing the current land cover and its potential uses; Removal of salable timber to meet the market demand for timber; Creation of venison and friendship with neighbors asking permission to hunt, fish and trap on the land; Close association with nature.


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