Chattahoochie-Oconee National Forest by Joshua roach

The Chattahoochie-Oconee is one of the U.S.'s National Forests
It is located in Suches, Georgia
They use timber sales as one method of management.
Their other method of management is controlled forest fires. Over the last 10 years, an average of 29,312 acres have been treated through prescribed fire per year.
Something many people like to do when visiting the forest is go camping.
They have really long trails for hiking/backpacking. 2,000 miles worth.
Hiking trails
The other common thing people like to do here is fish. The fishing here is outstanding.
The most common tree in this forest is the white pine. Their life span ranges around 200 years.
The white pine is a home for bald eagles, many songbirds, and several other birds.
The white pine tree is a resource for deer, porcupine, and beavers primarily. It is used for lumber, medicine, and food.
Chattahoochie-Oconee National Forest

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