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Atlantic white-cedar Restoration Methodology - Site Selection
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Aerial photographs of a 8.7 acre Atlantic white-cedar restoration site in Bass River State Forest. Site selection was based on suitable soils, adjacent seed source, accessibility, and wildfire protection.

Photo of an area in Bass River State Forest that is being restored to AWC.
Photo 1. NJFS

The top and bottom photos are an eastern and south eastern view, respectively. Aerial support provided by the New Jersey Forest Fire Service.

Aerial image of the site above with a southern view.
Photo 2. NJFS

Suitable soils

Muck, Sandy Alluvial and Berryland Muck

More information will be available on these soils soon.

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