Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation: Savoy Mountain State Forest Landscape Resiliency Project

Savoy Mountain State Forest and Windsor State Forest are primarily northern hardwood and spruce-fir forest ecosystems. The areas selected for this project were previously abandoned agriculture...

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Taylor Park: Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Change (ASCC)

The Taylor Park ASCC project site is located in the north-central portion of the Taylor Basin, west of the upper Taylor River and south of Trail Creek on the Gunnison Ranger District of the Grand Mesa...

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UPM Blandin : Climate Adaptation Plan

UPM Blandin Forestry is one of the largest private landowners in Minnesota, managing 188,000 acres of forest land across the northern half of the state (red shaded areas in the map). They manage a...

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Ohio Hills: Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Change (ASCC)

The Ohio Hills ASCC study site is located within southeastern Ohio’s Interagency Forestry Team’s Collaborative Oak Management Region. The research units are distributed within Vinton Furnace State...

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Driftless Area Affiliate Site: Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Change (ASCC)

The Driftless Area ASCC project sites are located in northeastern Iowa, southeastern Minnesota, and southwestern Wisconsin. Each site has silt loam soils and mature dry-mesic forests dominated by...

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Colorado State Forest: Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Change (ASCC)

The Colorado State Forest Service is leading the development of an ASCC project site targeting high-elevation spruce-fir forests located in the north central area of Colorado. The Colorado State...

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Petawawa Research Forest: Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Change (ASCC) in Chalk River, Ontario

The Petawawa Research Forest (PRF), located in Chalk River, Ontario, Canada, is a 10,000-hectare (24,711 acre) research forest. Operated by Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, the PRF...

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Flathead National Forest/Coram Experimental Forest: Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Change (ASCC) in the Northern Rockies

The Flathead National Forest/Coram Experimental Forest is located in northwestern Montana. This Northern Rockies ASCC site is influenced by the warm, wet maritime airflows from the Pacific Ocean and...

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Multiple Organizations: Piping Plover Recovery

The Great Lakes population of piping plovers has been listed as endangered under the U.S. Endangered Species Act since 1986. Piping plovers breed and raise young mainly on sparsely vegetated beaches...

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Jones Center at Ichauway: Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Change (ASCC)

The Jones Center at Ichauway consists of a block of 29,000 acres within Southwestern Georgia, situated in the Dougherty Plains. This region has a diversity of trees such as the long-leaf pine forests...

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Community Forests International: Whaelghinbran Forest Carbon Management

Whaelghinbran Forest is a 705-acre property and forest carbon offsets project since 2012. It is closest to the community of South Branch, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada. The property holds a...

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Mohonk Preserve: Promoting Climate Adaptation in a Declining Eastern Hemlock Northern Hardwood Forest

The eastern hemlock-northern hardwood community type is the most vulnerable community type at Mohonk Preserve due to widespread decline and mortality due to hemlock woolly adelgid. Hemlock-northern...

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Multiple Organizations: Allouez Bay Marsh Bird Habitat Restoration Planning

Allouez Bay is located within the St. Louis River Estuary (SLRE) in Douglas County, Wisconsin. Much of Allouez Bay is within the top 20% of Great Lakes Coastal Wetlands for breeding marsh birds. These...

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Dartmouth College Woodlands: EAB Experiment at Clement Woodlot

The Clement Woodlot is in a remote, densely forested area of Corinth, Vermont. The 700 acre property was given to Dartmouth college in the 1920’s and was conserved with the Upper Valley Land Trust in...

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Ford Cove: Shoreline and Coastal Wetland Restoration Project

The Ford Cove Shoreline and Coastal Wetland Restoration Project is located on Lake St. Clair, and is part of the Ford House, the historic estate of Edsel and Eleanor Ford. Ford Cove provides coastal...

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Ottertail Point: Hardwood Forest Diversification

This 35-acre site is located on Ottertail Point in Northern Minnesota, adjacent to the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe Reservation. It is a glacial till plain with a lake-modified microclimate that allows...

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