Greater Lovell Land Trust: James Family Forest

The 932-acre James Family Forest was acquired by GLLT in 2022 thanks to the strong conservation ethic and generosity of the James Family and grant support from numerous organizations. The forest...

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Upper Saco Valley Land Trust: Pine Hill Community Forest

Pine Hill Community Forest is a predominantly early to mid-successional forest composed of mixed hardwoods, pine oak uplands, moist hemlock groves, and a 125-acre wetland complex containing peatlands...

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The Nature Conservancy: Green Hills Preserve

The Green Hills Preserve is 5,567 acres managed by The Nature Conservancy in east-central New Hampshire. The preserve includes mixed hardwood forests, northern hardwood forest, exposed rocky ridge...

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The Nature Conservancy: Surry Mountain Preserve

Surry Mountain Preserve is located in southwestern New Hampshire, approximately 4 miles north of the City of Keene. It sits on a north-south running ridge within a hilly and forested landscape. Seven...

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Monadnock Conservancy: Managing Wildlife Habitat for Climate Resilience at the Skofield Forest

The 95-acre Skofield Forest is owned by the Monadnock Conservancy and is part of a larger block of protected land in the town of Walpole in southwest New Hampshire. The forest is located 2 miles east...

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New Hampshire Audubon: Willard Pond Forestry for Climate Adaptation and Wildlife

At about 1,800 acres, Willard Pond Wildlife Sanctuary is New Hampshire Audubon’s largest property. The Sanctuary is composed of a diverse topographic arrangement of northern hardwood-pine forests...

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Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests: Peirce Reservation

The Peirce Reservation is a 3,870-acre reservation located in southwest New Hampshire. It is predominantly encumbered by a restrictive forever wild conservation easement with about 850 acres of the...

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Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation: Barker Hill Lot

The 90-acre project area consists of 2 stands that are even aged (85 years old).

Stand 1 (40 acres): This is a white pine/red pine plantation that was established in the 1930's by the Civilian...

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Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife: Oregon White Oak Management on Private Lands

The east slope of the Cascades Range in Oregon is habitat for Oregon white oak and mixed oak/Ponderosa pine woodlands. This area is a stronghold of the remaining Oregon White Oak habitat in the...

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Wyoming Game & Fish Department: Soda Lake Wildlife Habitat Management Area Wetlands

Soda Lake Wildlife Habitat Management Area is located approximately 6 miles north of Pinedale, Wyoming and is home to approximately 800 elk that are fed from horse-drawn sleighs from December to April...

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Western Technical College: Horticulture Education Center Lot

The area being developed by Western Technical College is located in La Crosse, Wisconsin, at an old construction material staging yard totaling approximately 0.25 Acres. Gravel lots located on campus...

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Friends of the North Pikes Creek Wetlands: Integrating Climate Change Considerations into Forest Management Planning

The Friends of the North Pikes Creek Wetlands' 130-acre conservation property contains the headwaters of North Pikes Creek, a WDNR-designated Outstanding Resource Water and Class I trout stream, with...

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Wisconsin DNR: Climate considerations for DNR-owned properties in the Scuppernong Basin

The "Scuppernong Marsh" historically supported a matrix (tens of thousands of acres) of fire-dependent ecosystems, including wetlands, grasslands, savannas and woodlands. Many of these ecosystems...

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Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation: Savoy Mountain State Forest Landscape Resiliency Project

Savoy Mountain State Forest and Windsor State Forest are primarily northern hardwood and spruce-fir forest ecosystems. The areas selected for this project were previously abandoned agriculture...

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Taylor Park: Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Change (ASCC)

The Taylor Park ASCC project site is located in the north-central portion of the Taylor Basin, west of the upper Taylor River and south of Trail Creek on the Gunnison Ranger District of the Grand Mesa...

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UPM Blandin : Climate Adaptation Plan

UPM Blandin Forestry is one of the largest private landowners in Minnesota, managing 188,000 acres of forest land across the northern half of the state (red shaded areas in the map). They manage a...

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