Seesil Oak Woodland Thinning and Habitat Enhancement, City of Eugene – 2007

Developed prescriptions, marked stands and contracted commercial thinning and biomass processing on this Bureau of Land Management ownership within the West Eugene Wetlands. The site contains some of the largest California black oak trees in the Willamette Valley. Dense woodlands were thinned to recreate open woodland and savanna structure. Snags were created by topping, invasive shrubs were masticated, and native forbs and grasses were seeded.

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