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Wisconsin 2022 - Chequamegon-Nicolet Reforestation

Planting Location: Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest (Washburn and Great Divide)

Project Description/Objective: 89,500 tree seedlings to be planted on 575 acres across three ranger districts on the CNNF in the spring of 2022

Ecological Benefits: Reforestation of National Forest lands after severe wind events and timber harvest is an important activity that serves to maintain a healthy and productive National Forest for the present and future

Community Benefits: Reforestation helps to maintain and enhance watershed function and improve wildlife habitat for tourist attractions. The surrounding communities depend on these forest for several outdoor activities such as hiking and gathering forests products.

Types of Trees: Pinus Resinosa, Pinus Strobus, Pinus banksiana, Tsuga canadensis, Larix Laracina

Number of Trees Donated by Noble Oak: 20,000

Reforestation of National Forest lands after severe wind events and timber harvest

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