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Articles for CCE Educators

Forest Succession – The succession of plant communities is a process that has drawn attention from woodlot owners, ecologists and foresters for decades.
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Logs to Lumber – Wise Use of Renewable Resources – A common feature of managed woods, and an aspect that has made them popular among farmers, woodlot owners and maple producers is the potential to harvest logs and produce boards.
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Integrated Vegetation Management – controlling undesirable woody plants in the forest  – American beech and many other native and non-native woody plants can dominate a woodland, exclude or limit the regeneration of desired plant species, and limit the biodiversity of the site.
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Maintaining a Healthy Sugarbush – A sugarbush is a special type of woodland. Woodlands include a complex mixture of natural processes and attributes such as soil type, elevation, tree species, types of wildlife, history of use, tree age and more. 
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