Final harvest operation in Washington County that includes a chipping component to produce chips for energy from woody biomass.

NCSU Masters Student Nate Osborne standing by a cluster of debris intentionally not chipped and left in a pile for wildlife by a logger on a study of Biomass Harvesting Guidelines (BHGs) for wildlife in Washington County.

Wildlife Doctoral Student Sarah Fritts and her companion Chester prepare to check live traps on a BHG study in Washington County.

Live-trapped mouse on BHG study in Washington County prior to release.