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for Friend of Wildlife Vol. 40 Issue 4, Nov/Dec 1993
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Tom Earnhardt is the North Carolina Wildlife Federation’s new Executive Director. He is perhaps best known as one of the East Coast’s premier fly-fishermen. When it comes to wildlife issues, Tom strives to find common ground between conservation and outdoors opportunities.
New research on hardwood tree species has shed light on a new forest management technique developed at the Bent Creek Research and Demonstration in Asheville, North Carolina. In the two-aged stand method, trees are harvested but not clear-cut at maturity. A woody understory is then allowed to develop.
More garbage is created during the Christmas season than at any other time of year. To be less wasteful, suggestions are to plant a live Christmas tree, make your own cards and gift wrap, and buy gifts that will last.