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Woodland Stewardship for Landowners: Single Tree and Patch-Cut Harvesting

Woodland Stewardship for Landowners: Single Tree and Patch-Cut Harvesting Product code: FNR-613-WV

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A well-managed woodland can promote wildlife diversity and forest health. Two of the more common techniques that we use are single tree selection and patch-cut harvesting. Used together in the long term, these two techniques will create trees of multiple generations or different age trees within the same woodland. In this video, Purdue Wildlife Extension Specialist Brian MacGowan will talk about what these two techniques are, what trees they help grow and how wildlife species respond to them.

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Produced

12/3/2020

Author

Brian MacGowan

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