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Identification of Priority Forests in the Upper Mississippi River System: A Summary

The goal of the Upper Mississippi Forest Partnership is to improve water quality and migratory bird habitat by restoring and enhancing forests in the six-state watershed. This document summarizes the results of a GIS analysis that identified forests where allocation of resources would make the most difference. Also included in this document are case studies that represent priority areas in the six states of interest and involve the issues analyzed. Other land management entities can also use the resulting maps to plan and prioritize their work.

PDF Download: Year of Publication:
2007
ID: 
NA-TP-04-07
Author: 
Rohweder, Jason; Zastrow, Darrell; Heyer, Theresa; Westin, Steve: Osinde, Samuel; Todd, Al
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Online
Topic:
Forests
Managing your Land
Water
Identification of Priority Forests in the Upper Mississippi River System: A Summary
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