3 edition of Provisions for protecting and enhancing nontimber resources in northern region timber sales found in the catalog.
Provisions for protecting and enhancing nontimber resources in northern region timber sales
Schuster, Ervin G.
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station in [Ogden, Utah]
Written in English
|Statement||Ervin G. Schuster, Charles E. Keegan III, Robert E. Benson.|
|Series||Research paper INT -- 326.|
|Contributions||Keegan, Charles E., Benson, Robert Earl, 1931-, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden, Utah)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||9 p. :|
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Provisions for protecting and enhancing nontimber resources in northern region timber sales. [Ogden, Utah]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Benson, Robert Earl, Provisions for protecting and enhancing nontimber resources in northern region timber sales / (Ogden, UT.: U.S.
Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, ), also by Ervin G. Schuster, Charles E. Keegan, and Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden. Forests and other tree-based systems such as agroforestry contribute to food and nutritional security in myriad ways.
Directly, trees provide a variety of healthy foods including fruits, leafy vegetables, nuts, seeds and edible oils that can diversify diets and address seasonal food and nutritional gaps.
Forests are also sources of a wider range of edible plants and fungi, as well Cited by: 9. Timber resources of Missouri's riverborder region / ([Columbia, Mo.]: University of Missouri, ), by David A.
Gansner and Burton L. Essex (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Sustainable harvest analysis, and / ([Olympia]: Technical Services Division, Washington State Dept. of Natural Resources, ), by Charles J. Professional forest management can provide tremendous benefits to landowners. Landowners have the opportunity to produce income from timber sales, develop better wildlife habitat, enjoy more hunting opportunities and provide a better environment for all of us by protecting soil and water resources.
Nontimber forest product opportunities in Alaska. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station.
79 p. Nontimber forest products from southern Alaska (also called special forest products) have been used for millennia as resources vital to the livelihoods. The provisions of these programs are summarized in table State provisions—Because of the close link between Federal and State income taxes, most Federal tax provisions that benefit family forest owners flow through to the State income tax (Siegel and others ).
Individual States, however, offer their own incentives for conservation. The plan should produce a predictable and sustainable rate of timber sales and nontimber resources that will not degrade or destroy our forest environment.
with the assurances of providing a sustainable timber economy, protecting and enhancing the environment, and supporting the region's people and communities during economic transition. Forest Resources and Bottomland Hardwoods in Arkansas Valley Region.
Bottomland Hardwoods Landowners have the opportunity to produce income from timber sales, develop better wildlife habitat, enjoy more hunting opportunities and provide a better environment for all of us by protecting soil and water resources.
Nontimber Forest Product. Forest and woodlands communities use timber, and more often non-timber forest products, to buffer income shocks and urgent demands for cash.
In a world that seems intent on liquidating natural resources, overexploitation has become the second most important threat to the survival of the world's birds. by the Forest Resources Management project on the uses and markets for non-timber forest products in the southern forest regions of Ghana.
‘Assessment of demand’ is a project objective to ‘examine people’s use of NTFPs’ and ‘the trade of NTFPs’ (p. ‘Assessing the supply of NTFPs’ is the second project. The impact of Minnesota's forest management guidelines on the time required to set-up public agency timber sales. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 22(3) Kilgore, M.A., R.
Salk, C. Carpenter, and T. Prichard. State forest resource planning programs in the northeast United States. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 22(4) Community forestry refers to forest management that has ecological sustainability and local community benefits as central goals, with some degree of responsibility and authority for forest management formally vested in the community.
This review provides an overview of where the field of community forestry is today. We describe four case examples from the Americas: Cited by: Assessment of Nontimber Forest Products in the United States Under Changing Conditions timber value can be realized while protecting established populations of shade-tolerant understory NTFP species (Aikens et al.
Management decisions consider interactions between the timber and nontimber resources. Timber harvesting in mid. Conflict management over contested natural resources: a case study of pasture, forest and irrigation in South Wello, Ethiopia by Alula Pankhurst Conflicts over community-based “Repong” resource management in Pesisir Krui Region, Lampung Province, Indonesia by Suporahardjo and Stefan Wodicka 59 Full text of "Timber Supply Stability Act; Ancient Forest Protection Act of ; Community Stability Act of ; National Forest Plan Implementation Act of conservation of the northern spotted owl; and the Ancient Forest Act of hearings before the Subcommittee on Forests, Family Farms, and Energy of the Committee on Agriculture, House of.
Full text of "OVERSIGHT OF THE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AT THE U.S. FOREST SERVICE" See other formats. sales The Government Printing Office (GPO) processes all sales and distribution of the CFR.
For payment by credit card, call toll-free,or DC area,M-F 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. e.s.t. or fax your order to24 hours a day. Book Chapter-SRS Adding net growth, removals, and mortality estimates for biomass and carbon in FIADB: Turner, Jeffery A.
Book Chapter-SRS Using FIA inventory plot data to assess NTFP production possibilities: Kauffman, Jobriath; Chamberlain, James; Prisley, Stephen.
General Technical Report (GTR)-SRS. emphasis to satisfy the needs for timbers and timber products, while wood resources for industrial purposes are shifting from the natural forests to timber plantations.
Table 2. Functions of timber plantations Country % of total forest area in the country % of total industrial timber production Argentina 60 Brazil 60 Chile Forty years ago the U.S. Forest Service published the results of a major study conducted by two of its research workers, B.
P. Kirkland and A. J. F. Brandstorm, on selective timber management in the Douglas-fir region. This study was commenced by the authors in while they were both members of the faculty of the University of Washington.Priority FLR areas include the dry deciduous forest of central Sagaing Region, the mangroves of northern Rakhine State and the Ayeyarwady Delta, the lowland evergreen forest of southern Tanintharyi several countries see the importance of the timber industry and high value timber sales to incentivise conservation, restore degraded l and, and File Size: 3MB.