Wildlife extension specialist Jarred Brooke explains why the shelterwood technique is one of his favorite ways to create food and cover in woodlands for wildlife. The benefits of creating this type of food source and cover increases a variety of wildlife species along with aiding the forest area with a healthy ground cover.
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Jarred Brooke, Wildlife Extension Specialist
Purdue Department of Forestry and Natural Resources