Logjams Benefit Wildlife So Much That Scientists Are Intentionally Placing Wood in Streams

Renewable wood products can help combat climate change.
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Takeaways:

  • New research has found that large chunks of wood that sit in a stream benefit a variety of wildlife.
  • Researchers found that animals used the logs for movement, rest, food handling, or eating.
  • They are hoping that this research will be helpful to land managers as they consider the value of projects that place wood in running water.

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