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"Stumphges" is the name of the timber sale, not a misspelling.
Cover type:
Pine
State or Province:
Minnesota
This stand in 2007 was typical of mature MHn44 forests that have not been managed for a long time. There was no evidence of former logging. The oldest canopy trees were 80-90 years old and seemed to be the remnants of an initial cohort, but younger trees shared the mixed canopy of quaking aspen,...
Estimated year of stand origin:
1930
Cover type:
Mixed Woods
State or Province:
Minnesota
This is a 2005 crop tree release in a 52-acre northern hardwood stand dominated by sugar maple. The stand most likely was established after a fire around the turn-of-the-century with paper birch and sugar maple being the primary species to reestablish on the sale area. The sale was divided into...
Cover type:
Northern hardwoods
State or Province:
Wisconsin
This 92-acre sale is located in west central Douglas County in the Townships of Dairyland and Oakland. The primary timber management objective is to maintain the northern hardwood timber type through an even-aged silvicultural system of shelterwood with reserves. After the 2000 treament described...
Cover type:
Northern hardwoods
State or Province:
Wisconsin
An apparently successful attempt to convert a poorly stocked and poor quality birch-dominated stand to a mix of native pines, relying on aerial seeding to establish the new pine stand. Aspen and birch growth on sites in this region are typically poor, leading to stands with low stocking and very...
Estimated year of stand origin:
2007
Cover type:
Pine
State or Province:
Minnesota
Natural origin, poor quality aspen-birch stand clearcut harvested 2009 with intent to establish white and red pine regeneration via aerial seed after a prescribed burn. Burn was not intense enough to create good soil conditions for seeding, so decision was made to plant instead. White pine was...
Cover type:
Pine
State or Province:
Minnesota
Estimated year of stand origin:
1928
Cover type:
Pine
State or Province:
Minnesota
The goal of this project is to find and demonstrate viable management practices to use for conversion of black ash dominated lowlands to other timber species in the event of an Emerald Ash Borer attack. Currently, little has been done on the sites because of failed attempts in regeneration and...
Estimated year of stand origin:
2010
Cover type:
Ash
State or Province:
Wisconsin
This case describes a typical 11 year-old jack pine stand typical of the Barnes Barrens Management Area (BBMA). BBMA is an approximately 10,000-acre area managed by Bayfield County to maintain vigorous jack pine barrens habitat, supported and maintained by active forest management. A detailed...
Estimated year of stand origin:
2004
Cover type:
Pine
State or Province:
Wisconsin
The project was a combined series of timber harvest and site treatments to promote pine development. Red and white pine trees were retained as seed sources. This was followed with a partial cut of the retained stand with chemical and mechanical seed bed preparation.
Estimated year of stand origin:
2003
Cover type:
Pine
State or Province:
Minnesota

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