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Programs, services, and other resources supporting the sustainable management of forestsAuthor(s): Frederick W. Cubbage; Kathleen McGinley
Source: U.S. Forest Sustainability Indicator 7.50.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous
Station: International Institute of Tropical Forestry
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DescriptionSustainable forest management requires a broad range of well-trained practitioners, scientists, educators, extensionists, and other professionals across multiple disciplines working in government, academia, nongovernmental organizations, and the private sector. Forest sustainability benefits from education, technology transfer, and other programs and services, as well as from sufficient and sound infrastructure—buildings, roads, utilities, communications, etc., for the protection, production, and delivery of forest goods and services. This indicator provides information on the capacity of the public and private sectors to deliver programs and services, to access financial and human resources, and to maintain and develop infrastructure necessary for sustaining forests.
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CitationCubbage, Frederick W.; McGinley, Kathleen A. 2018. U.S. Forest Sustainability Indicator 7.50. Programs, services, and other resources supporting the sustainable management of forests. 5 pp.
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