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Ash Spreading on Woody Hill Plots

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Thanks to the 5 Volunteers who helped spread
ash on August 1, 2001. You can’t see them but Dave Borman, on Kabota, is dumping ash to Ron Ray’s dump truck (Cupsuptic Fabrication).

The ash being transferred to another plot
around the corner
Here you see Dave Borman, Kabota owner, Oquossoc, delicately spreading
the ash across the plot.

Next, Rick Baker drags the ash to evenly distribute it. Just to remind you, ash sweetens and fertilizes the soil, which enables our specially designed seed mix to grow into high-protein forage. Deer and wildlife needs this to fatten up for our sever winters.

Then rakers, Tom Nagel and Albert Ladd,

rake the ash into any empty spots. After that, its seeded. If it wasn’t for our volunteers, this project would be nowhere.

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Ash Spreading on Woody Hill Plots

This article was written by Rangeley News Hound

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