How to Keep Salmon in the Trees » Ghost Stumps

Ghost stumps: A second-growth forest several decades after clear-cutting. Even-aged trees that grow after a clear-cut eventually create a closed canopy that shades out new understory growth for food and wildlife.

Ghost stumps: A second-growth forest several decades after clear-cutting. Even-aged trees that grow after a clear-cut eventually create a closed canopy that shades out new understory growth for food and wildlife.

Ghost Stumps — 60-year-old second growth forest
Harris River Watershed
Prince of Wales Island
Tongass National Forest
Alaska
U.S.A.


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