Forests and PeopleAuthor(s): Robin E. Hoffman; Mark J. Twery; Laura M. Alban; Ralph D. Nyland
Source: United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service Northeastern Forest Experiment Station Northeastern Area State & Private Forestry, NE-INF-138-99. 12 p.
Publication Series: Information Forestry
Station: Northeastern Research Station
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DescriptionEstablishing long-term plans for your forested property is a positive first step toward good forest stewardship. An appropriate management plan considers your needs and desires and helps you achieve them.
Conversations with forest landowners have revealed some interesting stories about their likes and dislikes in the forest. Seeing big, healthy trees, animals, and wildlife habitat are among the likes; seeing and walking past dead trees or fresh cut stumps and branches are among the dislikes.
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CitationHoffman, Robin E.; Twery, Mark J.; Alban, Laura M.; Nyland, Ralph D. 1999. Forests and People. United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service Northeastern Forest Experiment Station Northeastern Area State & Private Forestry, NE-INF-138-99. 12 p.
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