I personally would add all the Oak saw dust an shaveings I could to the area. Not Maple, or especailly anything with wood preservative in it, Maple leaves are poisenous. Plow all this under this winter and then add all the old straw and hay you can get on the top of this. Next spring add some 10/10/10 and disc this up, seed some small grain like oats/wheat and when it reaches 15 inches high plow it under again, disc it up when it dries up and plant you'r garden. it will not be so great the first year, but subsequent soil tests will determine what fertilizer you will need to add, keep adding hay/straw and other fodder and start a compost bin/area...add this also.
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