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An Update: Changes Abound in Forestry Cost-Share Assistance ProgramsAuthor(s): Robert J. Moulton
Source: Tree Farmer, Sept/Oct 1999
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionThere have been some major changes in the line-up and funding for federal incentive programs that provide technical and financial assistance to non-industrial private forest (NIPF) landowners since I last reported on this subject ("Sorting Through Cost-Share Assistance Programs," Nov./Dec. 1994 Tree Farmer). The purpose of this article is to bring you up to date on some of those changes.
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CitationMoulton, Robert J. 1999. An Update: Changes Abound in Forestry Cost-Share Assistance Programs. Tree Farmer, Sept/Oct 1999
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