'To improve forest health and species diversity': Forest thinning at Kemptville Campus to begin in December

By InsideOttawaValley, November 19, 2021

...“Thinning in red pine plantations is undertaken to improve forest health and species diversity,” said Jim Hendry, Registered Provincial Forester and manager of the Campus Forest. “This is accomplished by harvesting the lower quality trees competing with the higher quality ones, known as crop trees, and providing space for the natural regeneration to grow.”

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