In this module, Jim Bottorff, retired wildlife biologist from the Washington State Department of Natural resources, provides an overview of the wildlife species that most commonly damage trees. This includes those that damage seedlings as well as those that damage larger trees. This module also describes control strategies to reduce or eliminate some types of damage.
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In Native Trees of Western Washington, Washington State University’s Kevin Zobrist examines regional indigenous trees from a forestry specialist’s unique perspective. He explains basic tree physiolog ...
Wood shingles and shakes can provide years of service if properly installed and maintained. Learn what kinds of wood make the best roofing material; how to protect against fungus, moss and lichen; and how to clean your roof.