Forest History in Eastern Ontario

A few centuries ago, eastern North America was covered by deciduous forests.Similar forests once grew in western Europe and eastern Asia. Because of extensive logging and land clearing, only scattered remnants of these
original forests remain.
While this Extension Note describes the historical forests of eastern Ontario, forests throughout southern Ontario were shaped by similar geological and climatic changes and the impact of settlement was virtually the same.

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