San Juan National Forest: Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Change (ASCC) Site

The San Juan National Forest Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Change (ASCC) study site was established on Jackson Mountain in Southwestern Colorado, ranging in elevation from 7,400 to 8,600 feet. The...

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Multiple Partners: Wildlife habitat and sustainable agriculture in the Central Platte River Valley

The Central Platte River in Nebraska was once a braided river more than a mile wide with interspersed sandbars. This river corridor, and the surrounding grasslands, wetlands, and riparian forests...

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Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources: Eastern massasauga rattlesnake management

The eastern massasauga rattlesnake (EMR) depends on large wetlands and floodplain habitats along rivers and streams, where they primarily occupy open wet meadows, and adjacent upland prairies, forests...

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Providence, RI: Climate & Health Adaptation on a Neighborhood Scale

The project area is primarily residential and light commercial. It is bordered by I-95 and the industrial Port of Providence to the east and by hospitals with vast expanses of surface parking lots to...

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Wisconsin DNR: Rush Creek State Natural Area

Rush Creek State Natural Area comprises over 2,800 acres of exceptional quality dry prairie, upland oak forest/savanna, and floodplain forest along a two-mile stretch of the Mississippi River. It lies...

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Wisconsin DNR: Beulah Bog State Natural Area

Beulah Bog lies in a series of four kettle holes and features an undisturbed bog with many unusual plants more typical of northern bogs. Classical stages of ecological succession are exhibited in the...

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City of Minnetonka: Ford Park Forest Stand Development

Ford Park is nestled in a neighborhood of the suburban community of Minnetonka, Minnesota. The park's forest is consistent of mesic oak forest type, as part of the larger deciduous forest biome...

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Mass Audubon: Rocky Hill

The Rocky Hill Wildlife Sanctuary covers 421 acres in Groton, MA; this area is dominated by oak/pine forests and extensive wetlands surrounding the prominent Snake and Rocky Hills. All indicators –...

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The Nature Conservancy: Restoring and Connecting Forests in Cuyahoga Valley National Park

This project is set within Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Northeast Ohio. The Nature Conservancy is working with the National Park Service to restore landscapes and watershed health of the Cuyahoga...

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Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board: Street Tree Planting Guideline Resiliency Analysis

The Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board’s forestry department plants, prunes and removes all trees on public property, including nearly 200,000 boulevard trees on 1,100 miles of streets, 400,000...

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Huron Pines: Sustainable Management of the Emily Min Hunt Nature Preserve

The Emily Min Hunt Nature Preserve is a 428-acre property in Presque Isle County, Michigan. The Preserve is on Long Lake within the Lake Huron Watershed. It is primarily wooded with some open...

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Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission: Sligo Creek Reforestation with Climate Adaptation in Mind

Sligo creek is a tributary in the Northwest branch of the Anacostia watershed, which eventually feeds into the Potomac River in Maryland. 75% of the watershed is in Montgomery County and the creek is...

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Giesting Family: Private Forest

This family forest is comprised of approximately 5 acres within a ~500 acre block of privately owned forest land in southeastern Indiana. The forested area is surrounded by farm fields and homes. The...

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Save Maumee Grassroots Organization Inc.: M & M Landfill

The project area contains 56.4 +acres located on the Maumee River, just east (and downstream) of Fort Wayne, in New Haven, Indiana. Partly a capped landfill (11 of the 56.4 acres), the site’s...

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Speak for the Trees, Boston: Growing Boston's Urban Tree Canopy

The City of Boston is 89 square miles, but Speak for the Trees, Boston, focuses giveaways and reforestation efforts on those neighborhoods of Boston which are most underserved and under-canopied.

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Baxter State Park: Frost Pond Late Successional Forest

Baxter State Park, is a 209,644-acre wilderness area in northern Maine. The Park is one of the most intact wilderness landscapes in the eastern United States, forming a core ecological reserve in a...

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