Creating, Enhancing, and Maintaining natural Areas

 

Written for green industry professionals, land managers and forest industry professionals in the eastern U.S., Woodland Health Practices Handbook promotes land stewardship for the owner’s enjoyment and for improved environmental quality. 

Subtitled "A Practitioner's Guide for Creating, Enhancing, and Maintaining Natural Areas," this handbook is designed for green industry professionals, such as arborists and landscape architects, who are interested in expanding their businesses into land care practices. The handbook is accompanied by the Health Assessment Checklist to help professionals and land owners understand natural area conditions.

Woodland Health Practices Handbook

The handbook outlines small-scale natural areas management services including wildlife habitat enhancement, forestry practices, chosen tree release, creating natural havens, invasive plant and insect identification and control, creating food plots, and more.

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The Woodland Health Assessment assists professionals and landowners in evaluating a variety of natural area conditions and in identifying potential areas for management, based on individual objectives.

Visit this Eventbrite link for more information and to order the resource manual and accompanying specialized assessment tool.

Download the free Woodland Health Assessment here.