Celebrating 75 Years of the Huron County Forest program and small-scale timber harvest” at the Stevenson Tract

This tour explored some exciting new improvements in Huron County’s second largest County forest. Starting about 75 years ago, Huron County farmers, local Councils
and the Ontario Department of Lands and Forests worked together to identify and to reforest marginal farmland to protect soils and water quality. The 200 acre Stevenson
Tract is a great example of those efforts. We saw an arborist demonstration courtesy of Tim Prentice, and took a short hike on a new trail along the historic “Sunshine Creek”.

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