I don't have a whole lot to update on my cutover just yet.
After the season ended a couple weeks ago I started clearing debris from the perimeter trail left by the skidders. I don't plan to use that for hunting access, just a way to guide deer closer to my low impact stands and as a way to retrieve any downed deer that run out into the thick stuff. As I continue working my way around the perimeter I am throwing down rye for early germination and then eventually a spring mix to get some summer food established. To prevent a monoculture of woody regeneration, I am also getting ready to frost seed a mix of NWSG's and wildflowers in various pockets on the high spots. The couple remaining mature oaks will provide good hard mast this fall. I can't wait to see how much the deer use the edges this xoming fall.
I'll follow up with some regen pics as the weather warms up.
I also made a couple of posted sign mounts for the property line where I don't have any trees left.
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