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A timber harvest can be an excellent, cost-effective way to create young forest habitat for wildlife and promote a diverse and healthy forest. Five attractive, easy-to-understand publications offer guidance for landowners considering a timber harvest. Although focused on Vermont, the guides...

Design for folder to hold young forest communications materials.

Two-sided sheet explaining how managing forests in Connecticut helps wildlife and the environment, while promoting climate change mitigation, the economy, and recreational opportunities (3 MB download).

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service fact sheet describing the species' current status.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service fact sheet on the New England cottontail (1 MB download).

How the federal government and six states are working to save the New England cottontail.

Fact sheet on RHDV2 viral disease of rabbits.

Fact sheet on RHDV2 by Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management.

Information sheet providing detailed information on Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus 2