Stop the below-ground spread of an active oak wilt pocket in order to maintain oaks into the future.
Establish oak regeneration while comparing several different silvicultural strategies and techniques.
To use a two-cut shelterwood system with deer browse protection (exclosures) to maintain northern red oak as a component of Central Dry-Mesic Oak-Aspen-Red Maple Forest
Reduce buckthorn and other shrub competition and establish planted red pine seedlings in a recently harvested oak stand transitioning to oak-pine mixed species stand
Cost effective and operationally feasible control of oak wilt in a forested setting.
Stop the spread of an active oak wilt pocket in order to maintain oaks into the future
To use root-severing trenching to control oak wilt in forested settings in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
The goal of this harvest is to regenerate the oak/hickory type, encouraging all oak species.
Study of ecological and stand dynamics changes after a single thinning from belowCover type: Pine
To regenerate paper birchCover type: Aspen-Birch
Regenerate northern hardwoods species to maintain the northern hardwoods covertype.Cover type: Northern hardwoods
Stop the below-ground spread of an active oak wilt pocket in order to maintain oaks into the future.Cover type: Northern hardwoods
A Comparison of Establishment Methods for Northern Red Oak Regeneration in a Southern Dry-Mesic Oak Forest (MN DNR)
Regenerate a mature red oak stand to a young stand of similar composition.Cover type: Central hardwoods