Woodlot Management

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Your Woodlot, Your Legacy: Managing for Timber
Producing valuable and quality timber in your woodlot starts with identifying and growing quality trees. Developing quality trees requires a long-term...
Natural Resources, Forest & Trees Natural Resources
Your Woodlot, Your Legacy: Managing for Forest Carbon
Forests have remarkable ability to sequester and store carbon while at the same time provide those traditional benefits and opportunities we all value...
Natural Resources, Forest & Trees Natural Resources
Your Woodlot, Your Legacy: Managing for Songbird Habitat
For every bird you see in the woods, there is something your woodlot is providing to meet its needs. Too much of one thing, or not enough of another, ...
Natural Resources, Forest & Trees, Wildlife Natural Resources
Your Woodlot, Your Legacy: What will your woodlot look like in the future?
As a forest landowner, the decisions you make about your land will have a lasting impact for years to come. A good place to start is to think about ho...
Natural Resources, Forest & Trees Natural Resources
Timber Harvesting Contract Remuneration
This information sheet is in response to questions concerning how remuneration is specified in a contract for timber harvests. This document was devel...
Natural Resources, Forest & Trees Natural Resources
Drawing Your Property
Drawing a map of your property and identifying the approximate locations of features that are important to you may help you learn more about your wood...
Forest & Trees, Natural Resources Natural Resources
UNH Cooperative Extension County Foresters
We visit your property, free of charge and help you achieve your woodlot objectives including forestry, recreation, wildlife habitat, water resources,...
Natural Resources, Forest & Trees Natural Resources
Overview of Current Use Assessment RSA 79-A
Purpose of Current Use Assessment<br /> <br /> Preserve open space—a property tax strategy helping landowners keep their land undeveloped.<br /> <b...
Forest & Trees, Natural Resources Natural Resources
Ecology and Management of Northern Red Oak in New England
Northern red oak (Quercus rubra L.) is one of the highest-valued species in New England for both timber production and wildlife amenities. However, th...
Forest & Trees, Natural Resources Natural Resources
New Hampshire Forest Market Report Archive
From 1936 through 2001, with the exception of the WWII years, UNH Cooperative Extension (once known as the Cooperative Extension Service), published t...
Natural Resources, Forest & Trees Natural Resources