After being sick the past two weekends, I was finally able to start my spring wildlife habitat improvement projects on our 38-acres in Botetourt County, Virginia. I started off the weekend Friday after school by spraying multi-flora rose and cutting and splitting wood.
Then Saturday, I sprayed more invasive species and planted clover in the upper food plot. Topping things off was a great meal, courtesy of Elaine, of deer burgers, baked potatoes, and blackberry cobbler.
On the agenda for Sunday is to plant Yukon Gold potatoes and cut more wood. I may be able to do some Timber Stand Improvement projects, too.