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Deer browsing is just one factor shaping North American forests
A Penn State-led research team found that browsing by white-tailed deer had relatively little long-term impact on two tree species in a northern forest.
Planting Callery pear no longer permitted in Ohio
It is now illegal to sell, grow, or plant Callery pear in Ohio because of its invasive qualities and likelihood to cause economic or environmental harm.
Management practices to improve forest health and timber harvests
Forest management can be complex, but good management practices are worth it to improve forest health, wildlife habitat and income from timber harvests.
Do you know what’s in your firewood?
Follow these tips so you don't accidentally transport invasive insects like emerald ash borer or fungi like oak wilt to new areas when purchasing firewood.
Maintaining Ohio’s forests with European ecological forestry
Jim Gresh and his wife, Heidi, are using a technique called European ecological forestry to enhance the biodiversity and habitat within their Ohio forests.
How to evaluate damage to trees
Assessing tree damage is important to prevent more damage, improve long-term tree health and ensure safety. Learn how to evaluate the damage to your trees.
Management plans for Ohio forests
Learn more about resources to help you improve the health of your forest, or make it more financially viable or environmentally sustainable.
Brammer family aims to do it right with tree farm
The Brammer Family Tree Farm, in Columbiana County, was named the 2020 Ohio Tree Farm of the Year by the Ohio Forestry Association.
Hitting the ground running: Ohio Tree Farm Inspector of the Year...
Ryan Clester, an Ohio Department of Natural Resources state service forester, was selected as the 2020 Ohio Tree Farm Inspector of the Year.
Seeing Wall Street in your woods
Deciding if and when to cut timber, and selling it, can be very overwhelming. Ohio has a program for landowners to "Call Before You Cut." Learn more.