Year of Project: 2007
Trees Planted:71,100

On the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, 71,100 Jack pine were planted to replace the white spruce forest that was lost due to insect, disease and weather-related prob… Read More

2004 Spruce Decline Project

Year Planted: 2007

Trees Planted: 71,100
Location: Wisconsin

On the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, 71,100 Jack pine were planted to replace the white spruce forest that was lost due to insect, disease and weather-related problems. The short-needled conifer will improve the forest health and provide food and nesting cover for spruce grouse after the birds lost their white spruce forest habitat.


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2004 Spruce Decline Project

Year Planted: 2007
Trees Planted: 71,100
Location: Wisconsin

On the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, 71,100 Jack pine were planted to replace the white spruce forest that was lost due to insect, disease and weather-related problems. The short-needled conifer will improve the forest health and provide food and nesting cover for spruce grouse after the birds lost their white spruce forest habitat.



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