LEADERS IN ECOLOGICAL FORESTRY

Managing for Wildlife

For many forest owners, creating and enhancing the habitat value of their woods is a top priority. Many stewardship actions can make your forest a better home for native Northwest critters, from creating snags and down logs to installing nest boxes and pollinator-supporting hedgerows. Identifying your resident species and optimizing habitat for them can be one of the most compelling rewards of forest stewardship.

Additional resources on managing for wildlife and other topics are available in the NNRG Resource Library.

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Bringing Biochar Back

Biochar is a form of charcoal sometimes used as a soil amendment in agriculture. But that’s really only half the story. It’s produced when organic

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Soil Stewardship Basics

Forest stewardship can be thought of as synonymous with soil stewardship. Healthy soils sustain wildlife habitat, grow high-quality timber, improve your forest’s resilience to stressors

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