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|Highlight ID||Title||Strategic Program Area(s)||Year||Station|
|Assessing stable isotopes in koa trees may aid in reforestation efforts|
Stable isotopes in trees can be used to help determine overall tree health, nutrient levels, and optimal locations for trees to thrive. Forest S ...
|Blight Resistant Seeds May Be Key to Comeback for American Chestnut Tree|
Restoration plantings poise this once mighty tree species for a comeback
|Resource Management and Use||2012||NRS|
|High quality nursery grown red oak seedlings provide a good start for forest restoration|
Forest Service tree breeders working with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources are developing high quality, genetically diverse oak seedl ...
|Surviving Butternut Trees Benefit From Better Sites Rather than Disease Resistance|
Butternut trees are rapidly disappearing because of butternut canker disease. Rare healthy trees appeared to hold hope for resistance to buttern ...
|Resource Management and Use||2015||NRS|
|Unraveling the mystery of figured wood in koa hardwood|
Acacia koa (koa), a tropical hardwood only found in the Hawaiian Archipelago, is highly valued for its beautiful figured (with special textures ...
|Resource Management and Use|
Water, Air, and Soil