• Thinning thickens the plot

    About eight years ago, researchers at the Dunbar Forest Research Center started a new red pine plantation. The key to getting red pine well-established here is to get it planted in dry areas. This project is less an experiment, but more of a demonstration of the process you go through to grow red pine in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
  • A long-term commitment to long-term research

    A 5,700 acre tract near Sault Ste. Marie, Dunbar Forest is the University's largest and second oldest off-campus facility and has been a part of the Department of Forestry's research, education and demonstration program since 1925.

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