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Impacts of Deer Browse on Forest Regeneration across the Northern US

Deer and forest regeneration webinar: Join us online December 15
Deer can reduce the abundance and composition of trees and herbs through browsing and can alter the habitat availability for a variety of organisms. This webinar will highlight recent research on deer density and its impacts on tree seedling abundance across the northeastern US, with management implications for Lake States forests.

Matt Russell, UMN Department of Forest Resources and Chris Woodall, USDA Forest Service, Northern Research Station will present. Click here to register and read more.

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