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The mangement of national forests of eastern United States for non-timber forest productsAuthor(s): James L. Chamberlain
Source: Wood Science and Forest Products (2000) p. 1-15
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionMany products are harvested fiom the forests of the United States in addition to timber. These non-timber forest products (NTFPs) are plants, parts of plants, or fungi that are harvested from within and on the edges of natural, disturbed or managed forests. Often, NTFPs are harvested from public forests for the socio-economic benefit they provide to rural collectors.
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CitationChamberlain, James L., III. 2000. The mangement of national forests of eastern United States for non-timber forest products. Wood Science and Forest Products (2000) p. 1-15
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