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Woodland Health Practices - A Field Guide



Authors as Published

Jonathan Kays, University of Maryland Cooperative Extension; Andrew A. Kling, University of Maryland Cooperative Extension; David Jackson, Penn State Extension; Adam K. Downing, Virginia Cooperative Extension; Agnes Kedmenecz, University of Maryland Extension; Craig Highfield, Alliance for Chesapeake Bay; Julianne Schieffer, Penn State Extension; Joe Lehnen, Virginia Department of Forestry; Stanton Gill, University of Maryland Extension; Joy R. Drohan, Eco-Write, LLC

This field guide is a distilled version of the full Woodland Health Practices Handbook (CNRE-109NP) intended for use in the field to apply small-scale natural areas management practices. These are practices that green industry professionals, such as arborists and landscape architects, can adopt to expand the services their business offers.

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Publication Date

May 26, 2023