Will, the power of mast producing trees as a supplemental food and for their deer-holding ability are often underestimated by property managers. Trees take work to establish and will not have the quick payout of annual food plots, but the amount of food they produce for the amount of input is well worth it, for you and the deer on your property. As for nut producing mast trees, it’s hard to go wrong with the durability of oaks, especially bur oak. I would also look at Sawtooth oak. These trees are not native, but they are fast growing and start producing good acorn crops within about 5 years! Best of all, they are not a threat to the habitat, will not take over your property. They are rather short-lived at about 20 years, but if you plant them in combination with other nut species then you can let the others mature while Sawtooth drop acorns everywhere.