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In Minnesota, sap usually runs from about March 15 to April 20. Learn how to collect sap and add a fun activity to your early spring.
Woodland owners can help reduce pressures on northern long-eared bat populations as the species faces a rapid population decline from white-nose syndrome.
Extension's natural resources educators set out to use sustainable practices to reduce the carbon and climate change impacts of their annual conference.
The University of Minnesota has been a national leader in improving troublesome invasive species common names since 2018.
Landowners who have woodlands or windbreaks need to walk through their landscapes each year to assess what trees and understory vegetation is growing, and figure out a plan for invasive species.
While private forestland in Minnesota is diverse in terms of the forest, the demographics of woodland stewards are not. A new Extension report is a first step toward building woodland steward resources that are more culturally relevant.