Forest study advances, deer habitat October 4, 2012 Vermont

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Forest study advances, deer habitat October 4, 2012 Vermont, Manchester Journal
...  "One of the many things we try to incorporate is regeneration cuts, which is cutting trees and let them regenerate and grow back. Then by removing parts of the canopy the trees will regenerate faster," added John Sease, the District Wildlife Biologist.  This will help the local deer population, and moose population, find areas to browse and bed, especially during the winter months ... aspen trees will be monitored and the enhancement of Evergreen trees will add cover for the deer ...   apple tree management. Removal of over-topping trees immediately around the apples invigorates their growth and promotes fruit production...


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