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    Celebrate Wisconsin’s Working Forests During Forest Products Week Oct. 17 - 23

    Join the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) in celebrating the state’s working forests during Forest Products Week Oct. 17 – 23.

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    Council on Forestry Field Tour

    The Council on Forestry will be in the field in Adams and Wood counties to learn about forest management in the area in relation to changing land uses.

  • Hearing/Meeting

    Wisconsin Council On Forestry Sound Forestry And Policy Subcommittee Meeting

    The Wisconsin Council on Forestry’s Sound Forestry and Policy subcommittee will meet virtually to brainstorm options for enhancing young forests in Wisconsin.

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    Trillion Trees Pledge

    The State of Wisconsin recognizes that healthy forests are one of the best nature-based solutions to climate change and joins a wide variety of corporations, governments and non-profit organizations in the US Chapter of the global Trillion Trees…

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    Every Root an Anchor

    In Every Root an Anchor, writer and arborist R. Bruce Allison celebrates Wisconsin's most significant, unusual and historic trees. More than 100 fascinating tales introduce us to trees in every corner of the state, some remarkable for their size or…

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    Forestry Newsletters

    The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Division of Forestry produces the following newsletters for the public. Newsletters and email lists Some of these newsletters are also available as email updates. To stay in touch with what's going on…

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    Wisconsin Joins Trillion Tree Movement

    The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is pleased to announce the spotlight is on Wisconsin’s forests this Arbor Day.

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    Wisconsin's Champion Trees

    The Champion Tree Program recognizes and celebrates the state’s largest trees. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources began documenting these trees in 1940 with the help of the community. People around the state discovered these trees in the…

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    Storytime - Trees

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    Learn about trees while we read underneath one.

  • Event

    Council on Forestry Field Tour

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    The Council on Forestry will be in the field in Adams and Wood County on Sept. 15 (9 a.m. – 3 p.m.) to learn about forest management in the area in relation to changing land uses.

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