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Like the land, this guidebook follows the four seasons. Each chapter includes information about the flora and fauna with which you share the forest, the influence of natural disturbances and climate change, and actions you can take to have a positive impact on the landscape. Like an ecosystem, this guide is a collection of the big and small: it considers the landscape, watershed, and distinct stands in your forest as well as the soil, plants, and animals.
It’s summertime in the forest. You close your eyes and breathe in the cool fresh air. There is a soft but lively chorus of bird songs, leaves rustling in the wind, and water trickling across wet rocks. You open your eyes and watch as the dappled sunlight dances across the mossy ground. Forests are intricate ecosystems brimming with life, and there’s so much we can learn from and within them.
Whether you own forestland or are simply passionate about spending time in nature, the Wabanaki Forest Care Guide will invite you to listen, observe, and connect in different ways with the land you call home.
This comprehensive guide offers valuable insights on how to make a positive impact on the land for future generations. Whether you're new to forest stewardship, a long-time woodlot caretaker, or simply someone who enjoys spending time in nature, our guide will inspire you to connect with the forest in new and meaningful ways. Now available for download, learn how to protect and preserve our forests for years to come.