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Woodland Notes

A Short Explanation of the Role of Forests in the Kyoto Protocol

For those who have an interest in carbon sequestration in forests and forest carbon credits.

By The Cord

This article provides reference tables that will be of interest to landowners who cut their own firewood.

Can Forest Birds Cope in a Managed Woodlot?

Learn about the effects of large-scale forest loss, fragmentation, alteration of breeding habitat and changes to wintering grounds on bird populations.

Cavity Trees in Your Woodlot

You can manage your forest for a multitude of objectives that will bring years of satisfaction to you and your family.

Invasive Exotic Species in Your Woodlot

Invasive exotic species have the ability to affect the survival of a number of native species.

Log Scaling - Doyle Rule

On method used by Ontario's forest industry to measure the volume of hardwood sawlogs in FBM.

Log Scaling - Ontario Log Rule

On method used by Ontario's forest industry to measure the volume of hardwood sawlogs in FBM.

Managing for Mast Trees

This article discusses how landowners can maintain and enhance mast production in their woodlot.

Ontario Natural Selections - Because Seed Source Matters

It's all about putting the right tree in the right place - Ontario's native trees and shrubs have adapted to specific climates and sites.

Shrubs and Edge Habitat

This article provides readers with information about how to improve edge habitat for wildlife.

Simple Tools for Measuring Tree Heights

Two simple methods of collecting tree height information for forest owners who do not need precise measurements.

The Art of Timber Cruising, Part I - Point Sampling

This two-part series explores two simple methods of collecting forest inventory information.

The Art of Timber Cruising, Part II - Fixed Area Plots

This two-part series explores two simple methods of collecting forest inventory information.

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