Wildlife presence in woody biomass fields

Northland College undergraduate, Sarah Woodie, conducting point counts.

I recently finished the second summer studying avian use and deer browse intensity on woody biomass production sites in and near Ashland, WI.  This work was funded by a grant from Wisconsin Focus on Energy, with collaborators from UW-Madison and the UW-Extension.

Click here to read a story featured in the Northland College News.

Wildlife Habitat on Bioenergy Crop Production Lands


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