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     As we head into beautiful fall weather, what better time to walk your boundary lines? It may not be the most exciting element...

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     There was a mystery embedded in the talk given by Bernd Heinrich at the Maine Chapter of the American Chestnut Foundation’s ...

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     Woodland stewards manage their land, or land trust property, for the long term. To make all the information that is essential for ...

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Anyone involved in woodland ownership carries a deep appreciation for the beauty of nature. Thankfully, for landowners in Maine, the state hosts some ...

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Maine is home to the United States’ biggest unfragmented temperate broadleaf and mixed forest, which means it’s especially important for a...

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The Forest History Society is currently filming a documentary at the Biltmore Estate about the life of Carl Schenck, the original forester of the esta...

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Harvesting timber efficiently while maintaining a safe wildlife habitat on your property poses unique challenges, but with the right knowledge, woodla...

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Maine Woodland Owners is committed to helping woodland owners develop succession plans so they can know their life’s work will be passed to some...

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This is so good, I had to pass it along; Staghorn sumac tea! Sumac (Rhus typhina) is common, well known and easily recognized.

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Plenty of plants and vine species are completely harmless to humans, and good for the environment in general. Other species are less friendly, as brushing up against some plants results in a painful or itchy rash.

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