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Acadian Forest Region


The Acadian Forest Region is a temperate broadleaf and mixed forest ecoregion. It is characterized by 32 native tree species and varied geomorphology including the hills, mountains, and plateaus of New England in the northeast United States, Quebec, and the Maritime Provinces of eastern Canada. After many years of over-harvesting, the region is a mosaic of habitats influenced by proximity to water and ecological disturbances. We are actively preserving and restoring the Acadian forest on our 95 acre property, by planting native tree species that have been found to be climate change resilient. This will ensure a high survival rate of re-introduced species well into the future.