Module 2: Harvesting on Your Woodland

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You should leave a buffer of 10 m adjacent to watercourses that are more than
50 cm in width.

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Forest Ecosystem Classification can assist you in making woodland management decisions.

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Soils which have a high clay content retain more moisture and may be prone to compaction by heavy equipment.

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Pre-treatment  assessments are used to assess the vegetation and soils of a site to support management decisions.

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Examples of early successional trees are white birch and trembling aspen.

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Ecological communities follow a fairly predictable pattern of succession.

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Overmature and decaying trees are important contributors to woodland diversity.

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Natural disturbances are always large events that impact many hectares of forest at one time.

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Uneven-aged stands have at least two age classes of trees.

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Advanced regeneration should be assessed prior to any harvesting operation.

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