Maryland Forest Service: Stewarding the Potomac Hunt Club

The project area is located in western Maryland, along the Potomac River on the border with West Virginia. The soils are generally thin and shale derived, but are richer along the river. The project...

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Audubon Vermont: Green Mountain Audubon Center

The Green Mountain Audubon Center (GMAC) is a designated Important Bird Area located in Huntington VT, along the banks of the Huntington River adjacent to the Birds of Vermont Museum. The 255-acre...

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University of Michigan: Adaptive Aspen Management Experiment

The Adaptive Aspen Management Experiment is a 465 acre landscape of moraine, outwash plain, and postglacial lacustrine and dune landforms. It has complex topography, soils, hydrology, and...

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The Nature Conservancy: Maryland Chapter: Finzel Swamp

TNC's Finzel Preserve is located in western Maryland, close to West Virginia. The ecosystem targeted for increasing red spruce cover typically occurs on gentle to steep slopes, and on soils that range...

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Fort Custer Training Center: Resilient Fens

Fort Custer Training Center encompasses 7500 acres in southwestern Michigan and has 3 prairie fens on site. Hydrological processes are very important to prairie fen structure, which are maintained by...

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Stantec Consulting, WDNR (WI Wetland Conservation Trust): Bohn Farms

The Bohn Farms property (80 acres) was previously under longtime ownership by a family farm and used for agriculture - ranging from pasture to intensive row crop cultivation. Surrounding the site, the...

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Minnesota Department of Natural Resources: Knife River forest improvement project

Located in the northern headwaters of the Knife River, the 358 acre project area contains the only naturalized wild steelhead trout population in Minnesota. The project parcel contains 1.5 miles of...

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Wayne National Forest: Sunny Oaks

This project is located east of State Route (SR) 93, west of SR 141, north of the community of Aid, and south of the community of Oak Hill. Symmes Creek flows to the east of the project area. About 25...

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The Trustees of Reservations: Notchview Reservation

The single largest property owned by The Trustees of Reservations, Notchview Reservation includes more than 3,100 acres of forests, wetlands, grasslands, and early successional habitats. The property...

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David Manski: Forest Management Plan

The 35-acre property that David Manski owns is located in Bar Harbor, ME, and is very close to Acadia National Park. The property has a conservation easement that ensures that the land will be used...

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Mass Audubon: Elm Hill Forest Management Project

The Elm Hill Forest Management Project is the implementation of the 2017 Forest Stewardship Plan for Mass Audubon's 1,100-acre Elm Hill Wildlife Sanctuary in central Massachusetts. The project's main...

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US Fish and Wildlife Service and partners: Palmerton Zinc Superfund Site

The Palmerton Zinc Pile Superfund Site covers 1,000 acres on a ridgetop in the Ridge and Valley Province of Pennsylvania. This former zinc smelting facility has been a source of metal contamination...

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Allegheny National Forest: Otter Project

This project is located on the Marienville Ranger District. The project area contains 12,375 acres of predominantly northern hardwoods aged 70 years or older, and lacking in early successional habitat...

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South Central Connecticut Regional Water Authority: Chestnut Hill Silviculture for 2120

The project area is a 608-acre compartment of the public water supply watershed of the South Central Connecticut Regional Water Authority (SCCRWA). The forest helps protect water quality for a...

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Morton Arboretum: Private Suburban Homeowners Association in DuPage County, IL

This townhome community was built in the mid-1980s and is located in Naperville, Illinois. The project will analyze existing tree inventory to be used in forecasting climate adapted future tree...

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Three Rivers Park District: Climate Change Planning for the Natural Resources Program

The Three Rivers Park District manages regional parks in the western Twin Cities, Minnesota. The Three Rivers Park District Natural Resources Management department is responsible for restoring and...

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