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The 11000 acres now known as the Tuskegee National Forest was originally a vast cotton field home to sharecroppers These sharecroppers planted cotton each year until the soil was no longer fit for yielding crops This incidence caused the sharecroppers to relocate to Shorter Alabama This also allowed those same 11000 acres to be established as the Tuskegee National Forest Much of the forest is a lone leaf pine ecosystem that contains plants such as blue stem grass blueberries yucca and L bicolor which is a rampantly growing weed that is a popular food source for deer This weed however has proven to be a problem for rangers because it grows so uncontrollablyForest management covers the following hunting fishing lumber water resources and water quality The Tuskegee National Forest executes the finest management practices regarding the treatment of water within the forest Water bars are set up to redirect the water so that excessive speed doesnt increase and cause further erosion to the forest Turnouts divert water off of roadways to decrease flooding and hazards for motorists Another aspect of water management involves the Tallapoosa River drainage which receives water from the Chawktafalla and Eufapi Rivers Before this water can leave the forest it must be as clean or cleaner than it was upon entering the forest A low water crossing is also part of the forest management plan The crossing is designed to accommodate the large amounts of rainfall that is sometimes customary as the forest has suffered from hurricane Opal in 1995 This low water crossing allows water to run over a small concrete bridge The banks along this crossing have signs of erosion from water rushing through the creek There are two major creeks that run through the forest One of these creeks include the Hondnett Creek which are home to hundreds of species of fish and six endangered species of mussels exhibiting the wide variety of benthos and nekton organismsForest management
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