Forest Interior Plants, 2010
December 30th, 2021

Jerry Jenkins, White Creek, NY

The primary goal was to determine whether unharvested Adirondack forests contain plant species which either do not occur or are significantly less abundant in harvested forests.

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Denise Sawyer
February 22, 2022 at 10:52 am

So thrilled to hear about this study and assessment. We have a small woodland and native plants nursery ( Fernwood Nursery Montville Maine) here in Maine that has been in operation for 30 years. We propagate plants on site….never ever will dug. We have been tracking the loss and scarcity of woodland natives in the northeast for many years. In addition to our nursery, we have spent ( spend) countless hours roaming the woodlands of Maine exploring and observing native species of woody and herbaceous plants. The diversity of theses species so essential to the health of our forest ecosystems. great work and we will follow along! Denise and Rick Sawyer

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