Agroforesty and animals

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The introduction of non-native species, of any type, can lead to serious

problems.  Australia is a good example of how bad things can get.=20

However, carefully planned and implemented introduction of animals to

forested ecosystems can provide positive benefits.  Sheep and cattle

grazing in young conifer plantations is an excellent example of this

concept and has been successfully implemented in the PNW and in the

southern US.  And probably elsewhere, as well.  This type of management

is also employed in New Zealand where sheep and radiata pine, both

introduced species, are grown together.  It may not be a natural

ecosystem, but it appears to be sustainable, at least for a few

rotations of the trees.

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Subject: Re: Agroforesty and animals

Date: Wed, 12 Mar 1997 01:40:43 -0500

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