What is Woodland Conservation?

Woodland conservation means the retention of priority woodland areas for the benefit of the community. Priority woodlands are those tree stands identified through a planning process to have special qualities warranting preservation. For example, unusual or old-growth stands, habitats for rare or endangered plants or animals, or aquifer recharge areas may warrant special attention and priority protection. Each community must go through a planning process to determine what resources they would like to see protected.

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