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Pole Creek Prescribed Burn

Dates

Start Date
2009-10-01
End Date
2010-09-30

Summary

This project will involve prescribed burning 6546 acres (approximately half black) in a mosaic pattern in the Pole Creek area to improve upland plant communities, and aspen stands by removing conifer cover to help sustain aspen habitat by promoting suckering and removing competition by conifers to increase productivity and browse. The project includes a special emphasis on improvement of the age class and diversity of plant communities. Historically, some of this area has been classified as transitional and year long range for mule deer, elk, moose, and antelope. Healthy aspen, mountain shrub, grassland/forb and riparian communities are important parturition and fawn rearing areas for big game. By improving this portion of the transitional [...]

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Data Owner :
U.S. Forest Service

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Spatial Services

ScienceBase WMS

Communities

  • Wyoming Landscape Conservation Initiative

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Alternate Titles

  • Pole Creek Prescribed burn and Wildlife friendly fence rebuild

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