Crow Wing County plans to cut 1,425 acres of timber
Crow Wing County approved a plan to cut 1,425 acres of timber this year.
Plans are to cut 400 acres of Aspen, 95 acres of birch, 500 acres of oak, 140 acres of northern hardwoods, 10 acres of jack pine, 200 acres of red pine, 30 acres of ash and other species and 50 acres of tamarack and black spruce.
Kirk Titus, land services supervisor in public land management, said cutting 400 acres of aspen each year for the next decade or more should deplete the mature aspen trees.
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