After Timber Harvest

Description

“After Timber Harvest” refers to the management and restoration activities that take place following the completion of a timber harvest operation. These activities aim to promote ecosystem recovery, ensure future timber production, and minimize the negative impacts of logging on the environment.

Purposes/Utility

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After a timber harvest, it is essential to prepare the site for replanting, which may involve clearing debris, grading the soil, or controlling competing vegetation.

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Logging operations can disturb the soil and lead to an increased risk of erosion and sedimentation, which can harm water quality and aquatic habitats.