Management Options for Declining Red Alder Forests

Many family forestlands and open spaces in the Puget Sound lowlands are characterized by mature red alder stands with little to no understory regeneration. Active management may be needed for owner ...

Fabricantes: Grotta, Amy , Kevin Zobrist
Disponibilidad: 161 en stock
Sku: EM003
Los clientes que compraron este artículo también compraron

A Guide to Washington State's Urban Tree Canopy

More than 80% of the nation’s population lives in urban areas. The urban tree canopy (UTC) is an essential part of an urban areas’ infrastructure—an ecosystem characterized by trees and other vegetati ...

Assessing Tree Health

Healthy trees are beneficial to our environment and our property values - but how do we determine if a tree is healthy? This publication briefly discusses common tree health problems and outlines a p ...

Band-Tailed Pigeons of the Managed Pacific Northwest Forestlands

A Woodland Fish and Wildlife Project publication.

The West Coast population of the band-tailed pigeon nests from southeastern Alaska to northern Mexico, in a variety of forest types but predomina ...


Coastal Douglas-Fir Forests and Wildlife

A Woodland Fish and Wildlife Project publication.

Written as a practical guide for woodland owners interested in fish and wildlife management. Certain tree species and understory plants grow ...