- Laura KeneficResearch Forester, Team Leader
New Management Strategies for Northern White-Cedar
A graceful conifer of the northeastern United States and Canada, northern white-cedar (Thuja occidentalis) is one of the least studied commercially important species in the region. However, forest land owners and managers in both countries have realized that regeneration and survival of white-cedar have become problematical and that ensuring that it continues to thrive is important to the ecology and economy of northern forests. Revised December 11, 2013.
View the Autumn 2013 Research Review (1.8 MB PDF)
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Public Affairs Specialist
USDA Forest Service - Northern Research Station
1992 Folwell Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55108