Getting An Edge On Your Wildlife Habitat

Where woods meet open land are some of the most important areas to manage for wildlife. Edges support shade-intolerant fruit, berry, and seed producing plants that won’t grow under a closed forest canopy. Additionally, their thick, brushy nature makes them … Continued

Mount Olive Road Tract – 53.53 acres – Cabarrus County, NC

Tract Name: Mount Olive Road Tract     Status: Available County: Cabarrus, North Carolina Parcel Size: ±53.53 Price: $631,050 Details: Location, wildlife habitat, and timber income potential make this property stand out from the crowd. ± 30 miles to downtown Charlotte. Moderate terrain … Continued

Thinning Pine for Profit, Health, and Wildlife Habitat

Thinning is the practice of removing trees from a stand to promote the growth and health of the remaining trees. When carried out correctly, this regulation of stand density helps maintain a healthy forest, improves wildlife habitat, and enhances the … Continued

Estimating and Understanding Forest Soil Productivity

Site productivity determines the volume of forest products (or any biomass) a site can produce, and how quickly it can do so. Thus, a measure of productivity is essential for gauging the value and cashflow timeline of a timberland investment. … Continued