Site: Spruce stand
Shelterwood through time
Shelterwood is a silvicultural method of regenerating new forest stands by harvesting all mature trees in an area in a series of 2 or more cuts occurring within 10-20 years.
Penobscot Experimental Forest, Bradley and Eddington
U.S. Forest Service, Northern Research Station
Andrew Richley, Forester; 207-866-7255
Laura Kenefic, Research Forester and Silviculturist
Maren Granstrom, University of Maine graduate student