Resource Management

Resource Management

Forests by their nature are long-term enterprises, and expected outcomes, like the forest conditions we strive to see many years into the future.


Forest resource management planning is a process that is guided by laws, regulations, and policies that include many programs and disciplines. Our Forest Plan is the guiding document for our decisions. Forests by their nature are long-term enterprises, and  expected outcomes, like the forest conditions we strive to see many years into the future, require actions today and over time to ensure these outcomes occur. Forest resource management planning does not always involve management objectives that include timber directly, but most forest management objectives do involve active forest management and timber at least indirectly. For example, timber must be manipulated to achieve wildlife habitat objectives, to produce recreation opportunities, or to produce exceptional vistas.

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