Office: 906-786-1575 (Escanaba) Residential tree questions? Call 1-888-678-3464 (Master Gardener Hotline)
Forest Biomass Innovation Center
6005 J Road
Escanaba, MI 49829
Forester and wildlife biologist. Located at the MSU Forest Biomass Innovation Center near Escanaba (Upper Peninsula). I can provide information to people but not site visits. Areas of expertise include forest ecology, forest health, forest management, timber sales, contacts and referrals, and other topics related to forests and forest habitat. My knowledge of urban forestry and arboriculture is limited. If you have questions about residential trees/shrubs occur, I recommend contacting an urban forester or arborist, or MSU Extension’s Master Gardener Hotline at 1-888-678-3464 or the Gardening in Michigan website.
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March 9, 2013 | Adaptations allow Michigan trees to survive cold winter season.
March 9, 2013 | While selling timber might be a once-in-a-lifetime event, you should understand how best to minimize the resulting tax liablity.
February 5, 2013 | Foresters groups aims to raise awarness of the diversity, importance of state's forests.
February 5, 2013 | Human preference typically overrides science-based factors in habitat evaluation. All forest management practices have both positive and negative habitat impacts, depending on the wildlife considered.
January 14, 2013 | Explore advice that will help you avoid an unsuccessful timber sale as well as options available to you if it does goes wrong.
January 8, 2013 | Oak wilt is a common disease that decimates oak woodlands, but it's not the end of the forest. Perhaps, it's a set of opportunities for a whole new forest type?