First time I have ever said that in my life...but, for the sake of argument, let us say there are 1,000,000 acres of aspen in Michigan for the DNR to manage. Let us also say they cut 2% of this a year. If my numbers are correct, that means 20,000 acres get cut each year and they can treat the whole inventory on a 50 year rotation. Not saying it works out like that in reality, but 20k in new habitat a year and roughly a 50 year rotation doesn't seem to shabby. Are my figures correct??