Oak Restoration at Bald Hill Farm

Our friends and colleagues at Greenbelt Land Trust have completed the first phase of oak savanna restoration on the Bald Hill Farm property this fall. The goals include maintaining legacy oaks and expanding oak savanna, which will benefit many other plants and animals that depend on this now-rare habitat. You can learn more at http://greenbeltlandtrust.org/conserving-land/bald-hill-farm/woodlands-stewardship-project/

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