Discovering Alabama

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Private Forests

Alabama has 23 million acres of forestland and ranks at the top in the U.S. in the number of natural forest communities and tree species. While much of this forest diversty is represented in Alabama's national forests, state parks and other public lands, the majority of the state's forest lands are privately owned by individuals and families. Doug Phillips explores the economic and ecological values of these privately held forests.

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