Refuge Forester Daniel Barrand has developed plans for habitat restoration along the southeastern margin of the Levy County side of the refuge, paralleling CR347. Near Gates 9A and 9B and inside of Gate 43, Heavy Equipment Operator George Pelt has begun leveling the windrows remaining from the logging days. He created lanes for the farm tractor to roll through and selectively herbicide in the overly-dense mid-story growth areas that currently won’t let even a deer or a hog through. As you drive along 347 you will notice some of the work evidenced by the glaring white sand. Be not alarmed …
7/15/2020 10:41:27 am
The pics in this article are of Caber Corp timber lands between shell mound and LSNWR lands to the North, not the Refuge, Those are fire breaks along the side of the highway insatlled by private timebr industry to protect their timber investments from fire. Not sure who took those pics, but they should at the minimum represent Refuge lands not private timber industry.
11/21/2020 07:34:49 pm
AT last! The soil seed bank is hopefully abundant and you'll have
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