Year of Project: 1993
Trees Planted:180,000

In 1993 on the Northern Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest, the Wisconsin DNR planted 180,000 red oak, red and white pine, Norway and white spruce on 205 acres in or… Read More

Kettle Moraine State Forest

Year Planted: 1993

Trees Planted: 180,000
Location: Wisconsin

In 1993 on the Northern Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest, the Wisconsin DNR planted 180,000 red oak, red and white pine, Norway and white spruce on 205 acres in order to minimize forest fragmentation and to restore native plant communities. The planting will also protect the habitat of threatened wildlife species, enhance recreation opportunities, create habitat for non-game wildlife, protect the soil and watershed and provide for forest products.


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Kettle Moraine State Forest

Year Planted: 1993
Trees Planted: 180,000
Location: Wisconsin

In 1993 on the Northern Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest, the Wisconsin DNR planted 180,000 red oak, red and white pine, Norway and white spruce on 205 acres in order to minimize forest fragmentation and to restore native plant communities. The planting will also protect the habitat of threatened wildlife species, enhance recreation opportunities, create habitat for non-game wildlife, protect the soil and watershed and provide for forest products.



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Spruce Grouse Project
Morse Blowdown Salvage
Restoring Idle Fields to Native Woodlands
The Hardwood Forestry Fund, in partnership with Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, will reforest a 26-acre area within the Kettle Moraine State Forest. This area is known for its unique landsc

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