1983-1993 Forest Land Management Program summary
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1983-1993 Forest Land Management Program summary

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Published by The Dept. in Olympia, WA .
Written in English


  • Forest management -- Washington (State),
  • Washington (State) -- Forest policy

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Cover title.

Other titlesForest Land Management Program summary.
StatementWashington State Department of Natural Resources.
The Physical Object
Pagination12 p. :
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14491941M

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Public management of federal forest land in the United States. D. Henderson and L. Krahl Douglas Henderson, formerly leader of the United States Forest Policy Program for Winrock International, is currently a Regional Advisor for Agriculture and the Environment for CARE International, based in Colombo, Sri Krahl is an environmental management consultant, based in Santa Fe in . Section (16 USC c) of Public Law as amended by Section of Public Law , the Agricultural Act of - grants the Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management permanent authority to enter into stewardship contracts or agreements to achieve land management goals for the National Forests or public lands that meet. Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program 5-Year Report Ma - FS - Forest Service: National Best Management Practices Monitoring Summary Report, February 5, - FS - Forest Service: Forest Resources of the United States, Janu - Report WO - Forest Service. Summary of forest pest conditions in New Brunswick in and outlook for A Strategy for Crown Lands Forest Management – Putting our Resources to Work Review of the Forest Management Strategy.

• Land tenure. Legal and traditional ownership and user rights for land, trees and grazing; forest reserves, national parks. (See Land tenure, p. 81) • Social structure and traditional practices. Land use is tied up with the history and culture of the people and has usually evolved over a long period. Contract. Reforestation with Forest Land Management Agreement (FLMA) By: Francis Miguel P. Perito BS Forestry III-A. Contract Reforestation (Memorandum Circular 04 Series of ) One of the basic components of National. Forestation Program launch in by Pres. Cory Aquino According to Former DENR Sec. Jun S. Factoran, the CRP is designed to tap the services of private corporations, local. Figure 1Eliminating unwanted and weak trees from an unmanaged woodland (top) produces a healthy forest of high-value crop trees (bottom). Missouri citizens own about 85 percent of the state's 15 million forested acres. Proper care and management of the private forest resource are important to the health of Missouri's economy and environment (Figure 1).Once you as a forestland owner become. SAMPLE FOREST MANAGEMENT PLAN Submitted to: DEM, Division of Forests & Parks For enrollment in CH61/61A and/or Forest Stewardship Program CHECK-OFFS Case No. Orig. Case No. CH. 61 CH. 61A STWSHP. C-S Owner ID Add. Case No. cert. X cert. new X SIP 1 X Date Rec'd Ecoregion recert. recert. revis.