Monthly Archives: February 2016

February 2016 forest visit 1/4

I am very fond of my small longleaf plantation. I think they will be very beautiful shortly. Actually, they are beautiful now. They will be magnificent later. My pictures are from today. I took it from the area of short … Continue reading

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February 2016 forest visit 2/4

More on my February forest visits. I checked out the the new cut over and the thought about what to do next. I took advantage of the frozen ground and expected snow to frost plant a little more clover on … Continue reading

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February 2016 forest visit 3/4

There are advantages to cold weather on the tree farms. An obvious advantage that you can walk on cold ground that would be impassible mud on most other occasions. February is the least attractive time on the farms, but it … Continue reading

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February 2016 forest visit 4/4

My last set of February 2016 forestry notes. These are from one of the stream management zones. We do not cut timber in the stream management zones in order to protect the waters of the Commonwealth. And they are just … Continue reading

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February 2016 Today John Matel shared a link. It’s Groundhog Day 2016: Best way to celebrate? Watch the movie | Fox News foxnews.com Watching the “Groundhog Day” Marathon. This is my favorite movie. I have history with it. The first … Continue reading

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