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64 Library Articles were found for the search term forest management

National Forest Management and its Impacts on Rural Economies and Communities

New Opportunities in Forest Management, Minnesota Family Forest

Reasons for Prescribed Fire in Forest Management

Fire Survivors: How do forest management strategies used to combat wildfires impact tree growth?

pdf Consulting Foresters for Private Landowners

pdf National Forest System Land Management Planning Final Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement

pdf Developing a Forest Stewardship Plan: The key to forest management

pdf Barking Up the Wrong Tree? Forest Sustainability in the Wake of Emerging Bioenergy Policies

pdf Do You Know What Your Forest Carbon Offsets Are?

Unlocking the Economic Potential of Your Woodlot

Everything You Know About Timber Harvest is Probably Wrong

pdf The National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy: Phase III Western Regional Science-Based Risk Analysis Report (Western Regional Risk Report)

Protecting Nature, Harvesting Timber

40 Points of Light: a New Forest Stand Improvement Technique for the Family Forest

The Importance of Land Trusts to Forestry

Understanding and Reaching Family Forest Owners: Lessons from Social Marketing Research

Idaho OnePlan

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Idaho OnePlan provides data and software to help growers develop a single conservation farm plan that can be pre-endorsed by the various agencies, streamlining and simplifying the regulatory process that farmers face.

pdf Wildlands and Woodland: A vision for the New England landscape

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New England’s distinctive landscape is a testament to the resiliency of the land and the conservation ethic of its people. The remarkable return of the region’s forests following an early history of forest clearing and intensive logging offers an unprecedented opportunity to secure a more sustainable future.

pdf Western Governors' Association Letter to Secretary Vilsack

Forest Loss on the Rebound: Sustaining Investments for America's Natural Resource Future

pdf Understanding and Reaching Family Forest Owners: Lessons from Social Marketing Research

pdf The New Generation of Private Forest Landowners: Brace for Change

pdf Forest Landowners’ Guide to the Federal Income Tax

pdf The Rise of Natural Capitalism and the New Frontier of the Restoration Economy

pdf Effects of Climatic Variability and Change on Forest Ecosystems: A Comprehensive Science Synthesis for the U.S. Forest Sector

Tim's Tips: Use of Wedges

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The use of wedges in logging has a long history. The mechanics involved are quite simple. Depending on the height and diameter of the tree, it is possible to fell it in a direction opposite of its lean with a wedge that gives no more than one inch of lift.

pdf Restoring the Narrative of American Envirionmentalism

pdf Increasing the Pace of Restoration and Job Creation on our National Forests

Water Quality Conditions Associated with Cattle Grazing and Recreation on National Forest Lands

pdf Species Exterpation

pdf Species Exterpation: Local Wildlife Extinction Southern New Jersey "Pine Chickens" Ruffed Grouse

Smallholder agroforestry plots may boost tree conservation: Report

pdf Who owns America's forests? Forest ownership patterns and family forest highlights from the National Woodland Owner Survey

pdf Family Forest Owners of the United States, 2006

pdf The Techniques of Growing Hardwoods

pdf Investing in Forested Landscapes for Source Water Protection in the United States

pdf Native Seed: An Introduction to Income Opportunities from Native Seed Gathered from Small Private Forestlands in the Pacific Northwest

pdf Carbon storage and sequestration by trees in urban and community areas of the United States

Future of America’s Forests and Rangelands Forest Service 2010 Resources Planning Act Assessment

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pdf National Environmental Policy Act: Categorical Exclusions for Soil and Water Restoration Activities: Final Rule

pdf NEWS RELEASE: US Forest Service announces final rule on restoration of soil and water resources

pdf Forest Service Handbook 1909.15, Chapter 30

pdf Virginia's Southern Pine Beetle Prevention Program Focuses on the Positive

pdf The Economic Importance of New Hampshire's Forest-Based Economy 2013

pdf The Economic Importance of New York's Forest-Based Economy 2013

pdf The Economic Importance of Vermont's Forest-Based Economy 2013

pdf Working Trees for Agriculture

pdf Regenerating Hardwood Forests

pdf Fire! A Fair Weather Friend

pdf Developing Wildlife-Friendly Pine Plantations

pdf Prescribed Burning in Southern Pine Forests

pdf Sharpening the Tools for Prescribed Burns In Eastern Mixed-oak Forests

Rainforest Birds: A Land Manager's Guide to Breeding Bird Habitat in Young Conifer Forests in the Pacific Northwest

Developing Consensus on Conservation Easements on Managed Forestlands

Do you have a plan for your family forest?

Conservation Easements, Supply Agreements, & Green Certification

Tree Farm Planning for Results

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The ultimate reason for planning is to obtain desirable outcomes. Planning for results begins with defining your vision for the tree farm, formulating multi-resource goals to support your vision, and establishing the steps you will take to reach each goal.

Program Changes in the 2008 Farm Bill

Tools For Reducing High Property Taxes in Maine.

Innovative Bill Passed in Maryland

Longleaf pines a good fit for eco-agriculture in Southeast

Family Forest Partnerships

Bundle Of Rights Approach To Value

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The bundle of rights theory maintains that ownership of a parcel of real estate may embrace a great many rights, such as the right to its occupancy and use; the right to sell it in whole or in part; the right to bequeath; the right to transfer by contract for specified periods of time, the benefits to be derived by occupancy and use of the real estate.

Land Preservation: An Essential Ingredient in Smart Growth

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