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The reason for planting food and cover plants like lespedeza is to produce an ample supply of good feed for birds and animals. The authors discuss a new method of planting.
As the District Biologist for Wildlife Resources Commission District Three, Charles Woodhouse’s duties include the handling of habitat improvement materials, conducting talks on wildlife conservation to wildlife clubs and other interested organizations, providing technological assistance for wildlife habitats, along with a variety of other less common jobs.
Woodlands provide both food and protection for many wildlife species, and often wooded areas benefit from controlled cutting and replanting. A cooperative project between NCWRC and the NC Division of Forest Resources has helped determine methods of effective clear cutting and planting.