Young trees have a tough time growing in many northern Michigan forests. That might sound strange since our region is full of trees, but many hardwood species can’t produce seedlings faster than deer can eat them. On this episode of Points North, hear about an idea to solve this problem that might sound counterintuitive: more aggressive logging.
Plus, meet a man who mills all kinds of logs at his sawmill in Karlin — wood that would otherwise be left to rot. Dan Zezulka says cutting open a log is like opening a Christmas present, "it can surprise you."