The student will be introduced to the principal techniques for establishing desired species of vegetation on forest land in B.C. The student will experience direct seeding, direct sticking of cuttings, transplanting wildlings and transplanting nursery stock types appropriate for vegetating large natural areas. Students will be able to describe critical elements for successful establishment such as site receptivity, treatment timing, care of living material, planting site selection, planting technique and site monitoring. Students will be assess work quality and maintain environmental quality while carrying out activities.
Upon successful completion, the student will be able to:
Effective as of Fall 2015
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