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Who Cooks for You?  Early Signs of Spring
Most of Maine’s migrating songbirds will arrive at the beginning of May. Some can’t wait that long. 

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Maple Syrup and Maple Bark
Can I tap this tree?        I could, if I wanted to tap a ...

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Gov. LePage, Budworm Task Force  Release Risk Assessment and Response Plan
Gov. Paul R. LePage and members of the Maine Spruce Budworm Task Force released recommendations about how to respond to the upcoming spruce budworm investation.  To see the full report, click here.

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Ubiquitous Pine Weevil and How to Live with It
     Many white pines never get a chance to fulfill their genetic potential. and in most cases it’s not because they’re cut down, or blown down, or broken down by snow and ice, but because they fall victim to a tiny insect – the white pine weevil, a bug that could be a candidate for the 10 Most Unwanted List.

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Tracks and Scat Tell  about Habitat and Species
When looking at tracks, a good way to start is deciding whether it is a canid (dog) or a felid (cat). A dog track will have ...

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Take a Conservation Survey
Take a survey and help determine state and local natural resource programs and funding opportunities in the coming five year cycle.  

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Shoreland Zoning Affects Timber Harvesting Statewide
Shoreland zoning laws help to keep our waters clean; at least that’s the intent. This set of laws, as it relates to timber harvesting ...

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Shearing a Few Trees for Christmas
Like a lot of woodland owners, we usually select a wild tree for Christmas from our land each year.  But several years back, we also planted some balsam firs.

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Tallest Chestnut in North America
At 115 feet, this recently discovered American chestnut tree in Lovell, Maine is the tallest in North America. While it is blight-free, it may not have resistance. It may just have managed to escape due to its isolated location. 


Maine is at the northern edge of the American chestnut's range. To learn about the American chestnut and cold-hardiness field testing conducted at a Maine Woodland Owners site in Vienna, click here.

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