Designated skid trails minimize soil compaction Public Deposited

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  • Ground-based skidding may cause unacceptable damage to woodland soils when owners make no attempt to minimize the area covered with skid trails. As much as 40 percent of the area may be covered with skid trails during a single entry if you do not plan and mark them in advance.
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