Check out these young forest habitat projects designed to benefit certain species or groups of wildlife, or wildlife in general. Use the filter to find a state you are interested in.
Many projects result from timber harvests, when new young trees arise from logged trees’ seeds, stumps, and root systems to create important areas of thick habitat. Most forest scientists agree that managing a small percentage of forests to increase habitat diversity does not significantly harm Northeastern woodlands' overall ability to sequester and store carbon; also, durable forest-derived products such as building materials and furniture lock up carbon longterm. Learn more about making young forest in an era of climate change.