Sudbury Valley Trustees: Forty Caves Forest Management

The Forty Caves conservation area lies in a low range of hills between the Assabet River and Nashua River valleys, about a mile and a quarter east of the Wachusett Reservoir in eastern Massachusetts...

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Land Conservancy of West Michigan: Saul Lake Bog Nature Preserve

Saul Lake Bog Nature Preserve is a 123 acre area protecting a rare bog ecosystem and other wetlands. Because of it's location, access, and trails, it also provides the opportunity for people to...

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City of Austin Balcones Canyonlands Preserve : Vireo Preserve Restoration: Cooling Strategies for a Warming Climate

The Balcones Canyonlands Preserve (BCP) is a system of preserves of over 30,000 acres that provides habitat for endangered and rare songbirds, karst invertebrates, plants, and aquatic salamanders....

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Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma: Wetland Habitat Restoration

This small 0.25 acre wetland habitat is located on Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma (ITO) trust land at the tribal complex. It is in the Central Great Plains Level III ecoregion and the Cross Timbers Transition...

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Shirley Heinze Land Trust : East Branch, Little Calumet River Conservation Corridor

In 2014, Shirley Heinze Land Trust, with the support of more than 30 partner agencies and organizations, successfully spearheaded an effort to attain Indiana Bicentennial Nature Trust (BNT)...

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Fairfax County Urban Forest Management Division: Climate Change Adaptation Plan

Fairfax County is located within the DC Metro area with a population of over 1.1 million residents. There has been expansive development over the past 40 years. It is a suburban community that is...

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Mississippi Park Connection and the National Park Service: Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Change in the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area

The size of Crosby Farm Regional Park, its diversity of life, many recreational opportunities, tranquil settings, and easy access makes this a popular park to escape the bustle of a frenzied city life...

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Tahoe National Forest: Vegetation Management on the Blatchley Project

The Blatchley project on the Tahoe National Forest is a fairly typical vegetation management project for the Central Sierra Nevada. Current conditions are challenging; for example the area is...

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New England Forestry Foundation: Chase Kimball and Mary Lee Evens Kimball Memorial Forest

The New England Forestry Foundation manages more than 29,000 acres of forestland in the region, striving to demonstration sustainable forestry for the region’s many landowners. The Chase Kimball and...

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Minnesota Department of Natural Resources: Split Rock Lighthouse State Park

Many forests along Minnesota’s North Shore are in a degraded condition, with old and dying paper birch and aspen stands that are highly vulnerable to transitioning to brush and grass. Forests along...

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John and Catherine Smith: Chicory Lane Farm

The Centre County, PA farm includes numerous areas with varying growing conditions, including different soil types, slopes, and moisture levels. In addition to the house and barn, there are...

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CJO Trust: 40 Acres Management Plan

The majority of the 40 acres owned by CJO Trust in this location is forested, except for a small patch on the southeastern end. The property has been in the family for several generations, and has...

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Bloomington Urban Forestry Research Group: Forested Watersheds and Urban Forest Patch Connectivity in Bloomington, IN

The project area is largely on the west side of Bloomington, where the Griffy Lake watershed to the north of the city meets the Clear Creek watershed to the south. The planting area includes municipal...

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Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge: Incorporating Climate Change Considerations into the Comprehensive Conservation Plan

Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) encompasses 50,000 acres in 3 counties (Jefferson, Jennings, and Ripley) in southeastern Indiana on the former Jefferson Proving Ground (JPG), a munitions...

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New York State Department of Environmental Conservation: Forest Management on Rattlesnake Hill Wildlife Management Area

Rattlesnake Hill Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is located in western New York, near the northern edge of the Allegheny Plateau. The property comprises 5,160 acres, of which 4,791 acres are forested...

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Wisconsin DNR: Spur Lake State Natural Area

Spur Lake is a 113-acre muck-bottomed soft-water drainage lake that supports dense beds of emergent, submergent, and floating-leaved aquatic plants. Wild rice was historically the dominant emergent...

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