Resources

Are you a landowner who wants to make young forest on your property? A land manager who’d like to learn more about this important habitat? A natural resources professional looking for more-technical information? If you are interested in adapting one of these resources for your own state or organization, please contact the author of the resource directly.

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Sign by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, to be used on-site for habitat projects on state lands as part of the New York Young Forest Initiative (483 KB).

Sign produced by New York Department of Environmental Conservation explaining the need to conduct timber cutting on select wildlife management areas to create young forest habitat (1.26 MB download).

Banner to be used at public information meetings, fairs, and outdoor shows, introducing and explaining the New York Department of Environmental Conservation's Young Forest Initiative (6.26 MB download).

Interpretive sign for display in areas being managed for young forest habitat (567 KB download).

Sign identifying habitat created for New England cottontails and other wildlife (7.2 MB download); land managers can contact state biologists to see if signs are available for their state.

Sign developed by Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection for habitat-management projects on public land (2.5 MB download).

Sign by Plum Creek Timber Company explaining how clearcut timber harvests lead to healthy, productive working forest while providing benefits to wildlife (1.7 MB download).

Sign by Plum Creek Timber Company explaining how working forest provides important habitat for wildlife (470 KB download).

Display on need to create young forest habitat to reverse declining population of the American woodcock (2.25 MB download).

Sign 1 (Trail Head) for Woodcock Trail on land owned by Penn State University. Sign developed by Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences. For information purposes only; photo and graphics may not be used elsewhere without written permission. (100 KB download.)

Signs 2-16 for Woodcock Trail on land owned by Penn State University. Signs developed by Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences. For information purposes only; photos or graphics used in the signage may not be used elsewhere without written permission. (4.54 MB download.)

Sign produced by Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge in Maine promoting the importance of shrubland and young forest for New England cottontails and other wildlife (2.3 MB download).

Sign developed by New Hampshire Cooperative Extension explaining importance of young forest to wildlife, for use on habitat management projects (2 MB download).