The Ponderosa pine woodland is an area of immense variety and home to a diverse fish and wildlife community. Fire, insects, disease, and wind all play a part, creating a mosaic of open meadows, dense pole stands, and park-like settings with large old trees and snags. Proper management practices can help maintain or create fish and wildlife habitat and provide a continuing supply of wood products. This publication provides information on how to manage your Ponderosa pine stand to improve wildlife habitat.
Managing Ponderosa Pine Woodlands for Fish and Wildlife (PDF)