This post at the Forest Society's Ashuelot River Headwaters Forest overlooks an 18 acre seed tree cut created in 2016. The objective of this timber harvest was to create an area of young forest that would specifically serve as a summer and autumn food source for black bears. Numerous mature trees were left in the harvested area to provide mast (seeds) to help with regeneration. Photos at this post will provide a visual indication of whether we have been successful in creating a young forest with suitable food sources for bears and other wildlife species. Please help us do that!