May 2, 2023
A WORKING FOREST IN THE CITY.
Like all the state forests, Harbison is a working forest, meaning it is actively managed for multiple uses. Those purposes include wildlife enhancement, soil and water conservation, timber sales, research, sheer aesthetic beauty, recreation and, particularly in Harbison’s case, education. Although Harbison’s primary emphasis is on providing an educational and recreational greenspace for metropolitan Columbia, it is also used to demonstrate the value of various forestry practices, from prescribed burning to thinning, harvest, site preparation and planting.
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