Experts Give Projects a Visit

This fall, both projects, Apple Tree Release and Food Plots received much attention. One of our active volunteers, Andy Nagle accompanied Steve Goodwin, Dean of U. Mass.

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Experts Give Projects a Visit

Another Dent in the Apple Tree Project

On Sept 26, four brave souls endured the drizzle to once again work on the apple tree orchard that is being choked out by mature forest. To your left is Sam Spaulding, professional forester, downing the nearby trees so that the apple trees will be exposed to more light

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Another Dent in the Apple Tree Project

Another Dent in the Apple Tree Project

On Sept 26, four brave souls endured the drizzle to once again work on the apple tree orchard that is being choked out by mature forest. To your left is Sam Spaulding, professional forester, downing the nearby trees so that the apple trees will be exposed to more light. Sunlight is the most important thing to restore these trees

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Rangeley Seed Mix shows Spectacular Results

Don’t get too excited, our food plots haven’t grown that much yet. But this is what we hope it will look like. This yield of Rangeley Seed Mix was grown in a private plot by George Poland .

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Rangeley Seed Mix shows Spectacular Results