Eastman's nearly 4,000 acres of forest are a combination of Eastman Community Association lands and individual plots. What can we do collectively to promote a balanced, diverse, sustainable ecosystem throughout Eastman that supports multiple uses long in the future? Dode Gladders, Sullivan County Forester for UNH Cooperative Extension, will explain the stages that all forests follow as they develop through time, where Eastman’s woods stand within this process, and some specific events during the last 200 years that have contributed to the state of our forest today. This will lead into a discussion of implications for on-the-ground management with recreation, forest health, safety, wildlife habitat, and other goals in mind. Please come join this Sustainable Eastman program.
Eastman Community Association and UNH Cooperative Extension
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