January 19, 2018
A field note is a periodic report from "the field," based on observation and experience. If you have a field note you would like to share, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note, I can't guarantee I will publish your note.
- Emergency Erosion Control Techniques for Dealing with Severe Weather Conditions During an Active Timber Harvest - Karen Bennett and Jim Frohn, UNH Cooperative Extension, December 5, 2018
- Assessing the effectiveness of best management practices on timber harvests in New Hampshire - Karen Bennett, Extension Forester, January 17, 2018
- Sap Stain in Blown-Over White Pines - by Gabe Roxby, field forester, Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, November 12, 2017
- Expanding Gap Shelterwoods—A Flexible System for Regenerating Mid-tolerants - by Ethan Belair and Dr. Mark J. Ducey, Dept. of Natural Resources and the Environment, University of New Hampshire, March 4, 2016
- What we know about glossy buckthorn - by Dr. Tom Lee, Dept. of Natural Resources and the Environment, University of New Hampshire, as adapted by Karen P. Bennett, Extension Forester, February 26, 2016
- Using groups to reduce invasive plant dominance in naturally regenerated New Hampshire woodlots - by Karen Bennett, Extension Forester and Matt Tarr, Wildlife Specialist, August 25, 2015
- Are There Problems with Heavy Cutting and Whole-Tree Harvesting in New Hampshire? - by William B. Leak and Mariko Yamasaki, USFS Northern Research Station, Durham, NH and Karen P. Bennett, UNH Cooperative Extension, July 9, 2015. This forestry field note grew out of the panel and discussion “How Resilient Are New England Forests After Biomass Harvesting?” held at the New England Society of American Foresters Annual Meeting in March 2014. For copies of the presentations and notes from the discussion.
- Instream Wood - by Karen Bennett, Extension Forester, December 23, 2014
- Effects of Nuisance/Invasive Species on Regeneration in New Hampshire - by William B. Leak, USFS Northern Research Station, Durham, NH, December 4, 2014
- Sugar Maple Trees Damaged by Tree Marking Paint - by Karen Bennett, Extension Forester, August 14, 2014