Arkansas Forestry Association

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Max Braswell
Executive Vice President
1213 W. 4th St.
Little Rock,   72201
Phone: (501) 374-2441

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Arkansas Forestry Best Management Practices For Water Quality Protection


Implementing Best Management Practices (BMPs) is an effective way to protect forest water quality. The purpose of this BMP booklet is to help forest landowners and forestry practitioners understand what BMPs are, why BMPs are important, and how to implement BMPs.

Forestry BMPs are important practices, which prevent or reduce the amount of erosion generated by silviculture. BMPs include structural and nonstructural controls, operations, and maintenance procedures that can be applied before, during, and after silvicultural activities.


Upland Hardwood Forest Management Guide


Whether you intend to maintain your hardwood forestland for aesthetic beauty, wildlife habitat, recreation or timber production, there are practices and applications that will enhance your forestland and help you achieve your objectives. The information and resources found here can help you make sound decisions about your forest assets. In addition to an overview of Arkansas’ forests, this guide provides essential information about evaluating your forestland, developing a management plan and seeking professional assistance to help you achieve your objectives.