This time of the year, we are on the road consulting and traveling to many different states and we begin to see many different habitat types that are struggling and begging to be managed. During this week's podcast, we discuss recent observations from the field. We cover states like Illinois, Indiana, West Virginia, and Ohio.
In addition, we discuss the question, what if we only managed for big bucks? What would the landscape look like? What would be the priorities of our time when on the property? How would this affect the overall health of the property? Would the land increase in diversity or would it diminish as we begin to fear working the land?
We answer all these questions and continue to support why managing for diversity and managing for plant communities rather than for specific plants is far more rewarding and healthier for the land. We hope you enjoy and share with someone new this week!