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Green Book 2014: How to Apply for Woodland Harvest Permits in Maryland (EB-417)

Harvesting woodlands is an essential part of good management and supports the forest products industry. The careful stewardship of woodland resources may include periodic harvesting. This practice helps woodlands by removing certain trees that may be damaged, diseased, stressed, or mature.

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