Dead Trees Standing
A Landowners’ Guide to Beech Bark Disease

Title

Dead Trees Standing
A Landowners’ Guide to Beech Bark Disease

Author

The Halls and Hawk Lake Property Owners Association, Glebe Park and Museum
Committee of the Municipality of Dysart et al, Environment Haliburton! and the
U-Links Centre for Community-Based Research.

Date

2017

Subject

Environmental Science / Studies
Forestry

Abstract

This guidebook has been created to provide landowners in the Haliburton County area with information on how to identify and to make informed decisions on the management of beech bark disease on their property. This guidebook explains the ecological importance of beech trees and provides background information on the progressive stages of beech bark disease, management practices, replacement options for beech trees and supplementary resources to contact for further information on beech bark disease, tree removal and replacement.

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Collection

Reference

The Halls and Hawk Lake Property Owners Association, Glebe Park and Museum
Committee of the Municipality of Dysart et al, Environment Haliburton! and the
U-Links Centre for Community-Based Research., Dead Trees Standing
A Landowners’ Guide to Beech Bark Disease
, 2017