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Characteristic vegetation: Eastern white pine-red pine/lowbush blueberry/bracken fern-Pennsylvania sedge.
Norway spruce, Scotch pine, and red pine are common species used in plantations. Abandoned plantations will consist of native trees such as white pine and red oak with scattered remnant plantation species.
Forage grasses and legumes managed for livestock grazing or hayland.
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Major Land Resource Areas
The Ecosystem Dynamics Interpretive Tool is an information system framework developed by the USDA-ARS Jornada Experimental Range, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, and New Mexico State University.