Ecological Forestry Practices for Bottomland Hardwood Forests of the Southeastern U.S. (Forest Stewards Guild)

Bottomland hardwood forests are critically important to biodiversity, wildlife, carbon storage, recreation, and clean water in the Southeastern U.S. Unfortunately, these forests are exceptionally threatened by land conversion, invasive species, raising temperatures, more frequent intense storms, and altered hydrology. The Forest Stewards Guild’s new report, Ecological Forestry Practices for Bottomland Hardwood Forests of the Southeastern […]

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