1995 timber harvest in north 14 acres of stand. Jack pine harvested, Norway pine thinned to 80 sqft/acre, cut trees were marked with paint. Harvested trees included Norway pine 70% bolts, 5 cd/acre, jack pine 25% bolts, 17 cd/acre and aspen 1 cd/acre.
1998 timber harvest in west 10 acres of stand. Norway pine was thinned to "approximately 40% crown cover". Norway pine averaged 6.4 cd/acre, 10" dbh, 5-6 sticks. That 10 acre part of the stand then had an herbicide application on August 16, 1999. Chemicals sprayed included: Accord 3 qt/acre, Oust 1/2 oz/acre, Entry II as surfactant. This treatment was contracted out and a skidder was used to broadcast spray the herbicide. In May 12 & 13, 2000, 8,900 white pine seedlings at 7x7 spacing were hand planted by a local contractor. In May 10-20, 2002, a local contractor interplanted 600 white pine trees per acre, since stocking was only found to be 400 trees per acre the previous summer.
In winter 2000, an untreated but adjacent 12 acre part of the stand to the south had a timber sale. Norway pine was reserved at 30-50 sqft/acre. Norway pine harvested averaged 11" dbh, 6 sticks, was 55 years old, and 35% bolts. This 12 acre part of the stand had a contracted herbicide application with broadcast skidder of Accord Concentrate 2.25 qt/acre with the surfactant Activate Plus. This was completed on 8/20/01. White pine seedlings were hand planted at 6x7 spacing, approximately 1000 trees per acre by local contractor, May 10-20, 2002.
White pine seedlings were bud capped after planting, but I was unable to find records of which years.
2011 timber harvest - harvest marked Norway pine.