The Woodlot Management Handbook, Second Edition
Written by Stewart Hilts and Peter Mitchell.
Published by Firefly Books Ltd., 2009.
| Wether you're interested in growing trees for
timber, generating income from selling firewood or maple syrup, sheltering
wildlife or preserving your land for future generations, The Woodlot
Management Handbook shows you how to get the most out of your
A private woodlot may range from 5 to 500 acres, and they are extremely common. Hilts and Mitchell's book is a personal "get out and walk your woods" plan.
The Woodlot Management Handbook answers landowners' most common questions on:
There is also extensive information on landscape ecology, natural succession and hardwood plantings. You'll find a clear explanation of how to thin a woodlot to improve the stand and enhance timber value through correct pruning, crop tree selection and planting practices. You'll learn how creating a trail through your woods can increase your enjoyment of your property and protect it too.
There is also extensive information on landscape ecology, natural succession and hardwood plantings. In this expanded and updated second edition, the changing views and values of woodlots are explored, covering topics such as:
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