Help Us Map Oak Distribution!

If you’ve driven Interstate 91 through Vermont from the border of Massachusetts in the south to the international border in the north with an eye on the trees along the road, you likely noticed changes along the way. You might have noted just how predominant Northern Red Oak (Quercus rubra) is in the south and how it slowly disappears as you cruise northward, until it is completely missing when you reach the border. Visit the VCE Blog at to learn more about this. We need more observations AND we need help verifying oak observations that we've already gathered so we can share them with forest ecologists who are working on understanding and tracking ranges of oaks.

Posted on 20 January, 2019 16:35 by kpmcfarland kpmcfarland


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