Ecological Forestry Resources

 

Timber harvest is not the only reason why forest owners in the Pacific Northwest choose to own forest land. Sequestering carbon, fostering habitat, filtering water, purifying air, providing recreation, and generating revenue are all management goals supported by techniques we call “ecological forestry.” These strategies enable landowners to manage their forests for multiple benefits, from boosting the structural complexity that provides good habitat to improving tree growth by removing suppressed trees that are choking the understory. These resources provide a fascinating dive into forest ecology and the forestry practices that help restore and preserve healthy working forests.

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The Death Cycle of the Salmon

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If you’re hoping to spot salmon in the forest this season, a creek or river is your best bet. But if you limit your searches to fin-spotting at the water’s edge, you’re missing out on the full experience. Don’t forget to look to the trees.

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Making a Good Co-Home

There’s a hint of expectation in the air around Lousignont Creek, located in the northern Oregon Coast Range.Sometime in the next two months, adult coho salmon will appear as if out of nowhere and struggle upstream in search of suitable gravel for spawning.

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