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Restoring Old-Growth Characteristics

Barred owl chicks. Photo: Molly Nelson

Barred owl chicks. Photo: Molly Nelson

June 1, 2020

"Although new old-growth forests cannot be created, the opportunity exists to restore old-growth characteristics in our current forests ... This pamphlet (PDF) will introduce you to some of the habitat features of old-growth forests, outline management options and resources for restoring these features to your woodlands, and discuss opportunities to realize both economic and ecological benefits from your forest."

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