Woodlot Management

A(nother) New Forest Health Concern
Beech leaf disease is a relatively recent arrival to the forests of New Hampshire and has been spreading quickly throughout the southern half of the s... Learn More
In recent weeks, many landowners have contacted UNH Extension worried about the sudden appearance of yellowing – and prematurely dropping – white pine... Learn More
Tour details harvesting and future county land uses, by Terri Munson, contributer
A guided walk was recently held where discussion covered the carefully deigned harvest of red pine that successfully released existing white pine and ... Learn More
With attention fully on pine and oak over the last couple of years, many foresters didn’t notice that eastern hemlocks were producing lots of seeds th... Learn More
Woodlot Wandering Series
One topic that comes up on almost every one of my woodlot walks is wildlife habitat. Sometimes the discussion is about managing the existing habitat,... Learn More
Trees Tell Their Stories Series
Hello everyone and welcome to 2024! Now that the holiday season has come and gone, and snow has started to fall here in the North Country, our though... Learn More
Woodlot Wandering Series by Ray Berthiaume
We are now well on our way toward the winter season, and especially all of the holiday traditions. Shortly after Thanksgiving, many of us turn to tho... Learn More
Trees Tell Their Stories Series
Hello everyone! We are now midway through October and hopefully enjoying the fall colors before they are gone for another year. Recently I was asked ... Learn More
Woodlot Wandering Series
Happy November everyone! Now that we are well into our fall season, and the weather has turned a bit cooler, our thoughts turn to heating for the up... Learn More
Trees Tell Their Stories Series
Howdy Folks, and welcome to late November! The leaves have changed color, and most have fallen, and the site of fresh snow on the ground sends many to... Learn More