Statistics from the Ecola Creek Forest Preserve Stewardship Plan

552.4: Number of acres that contain hemlock and spruce trees 40 to 60 years old

52.6 %: The amount of the forest reserve’s acreage these trees stand on.

23.8: The number of acres that contain spruce trees more than 100 years old.

2.3%: The amount of forest reserve’s acreage these trees stand on

18.8: The number of acres that contain cedar and hemlock trees 50 to 300-plus years old.

1.8%: Percentage of the forest reserve’s acreage these trees stand on.

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