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Forestry for the Future: Lessons in Sustainable Management from Maine

Bear-clawed-beech. Photo: Molly Nelson

Bear-clawed-beech. Photo: Molly Nelson

June 1, 2020

This new 30-minute film directed by LIF community member Maren Granstrom, "goes inside the Penobscot Experimental Forest to show the clear and long-lasting differences in the forest created by several kinds of silviculture and harvesting. Experts from around Maine describe how to manage for wildlife, climate change, pests and disease, and explain how a forester can be helpful." Created with support from the Maine Outdoor Heritage Fund, UMaine, and the U.S. Forest Service. View the film on YouTube

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