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Statewide forest resource planning programs

Gerald J. Gray

Statewide forest resource planning programs

an evaluation of program administration and effectiveness

by Gerald J. Gray

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Published by Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Minnesota in St. Paul, Minn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forest management -- Minnesota.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGerald J. Gray and Paul V. Ellefson.
    SeriesStation bulletin / Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Minnesota -- 582-1987 (Item No. AD-SB-3365)
    ContributionsEllefson, Paul V., Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination149 p. ;
    Number of Pages149
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13933259M

      Statewide Natural Resources / Forestry Program of Study Webinar # 2 Element 2 - Alignment & Articulation Roadmap - Visual •Scope and Sequence of your programs courses •Dual Credit identification –Statewide articulation agreement is the goal. that all Delawareans enjoy. This statewide forest strategy identifies actions to maintain and enhance our rural and urban forests. Prior to completing the strategy, the DFS also completed a statewide forest resource assessment, with guidance from the Delaware Forest Stewardship Committee and other stakeholder input, which identified the.

    Forest Resources Management Plan () – Element - While principally focused on proper management of Rhode Island’s rural forests, this Plan eestablished a vision, goals, and policies and provides recommendations focused on the management of tree resources to advance the effectiveness of public and private stewardship of the state’s. Oregon’s Forest Resource Strategy – FY thru FY Oregon Forest Legacy Program Elements 4/25/12 -- 5 – 4/25/12 Forest Legacy Program Option Oregon selects the “State Grant Option” for implementing the - Forest Legacy Program. The State Lead Agency is .

    This book is an ideal resource for students of Forest Management - primarily an upper-level course in forestry, and natural resource management, wildlife, and recreation programs. Real-life examples illustrated mathematically and graphically; End-of-chapter questions; Modern coverage of the planning and management of US Forest timber production/5(9). Purpose: Among the many benefits of participation in this program are the availability of both technical and financial management assistance; environmentally responsible management of New Jersey’s forest resources; active involvement in forest management; public recognition as a steward of the land; and the personal satisfaction of managing forest resources for present and future generations.


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Prepared for use within the Southern Region. by USDA Forest Service and SGSF. Ma Draft. This outline is prepared for those States seeking additional guidance on organization of their Statewide Forest Resources Strategy. It is organized similarly to the Outline of the.

Ohio’s Statewide Forest Resource Assessment – David Lytle, PhD., Chief and State Forester Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Forestry Morse Road, Building H-1 Columbus, Ohio Table of Contents Page Nondiscrimination Notice 2 Section 1 – Introduction 3. Forest Management and Planning, Second Edition, addresses contemporary forest management planning issues, providing a concise, focused resource for those in forest management.

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Summary and Analysis of Statewide Forest Resource Assessments and Strategieswas shared with State Foresters in September This regional summary emphasizes aspects of particular importance in the Northeast and Midwest.

This summary report is not a regional assessment of forest resource conditions and trends. TheFile Size: 3MB. ABSTRACT TITLE: Rhode Island Forest Resources Management Plan SUBJECT: Management of forest resources in the State of Rhode Island DATE: M AGENCY/ Statewide Planning Program, Rhode Island Department of Administration SOURCE OF COPIES: One Capitol Hill Providence, RI () PROJECT: U.S.

Forest Service, Rhode Island. University, Department of Forestry Carbondale, IL who authored the original Statewide Forest Resource Assessment and Strategy ( ) document now referred to as the Forest Action Plan. This IFAP update and expansion by the Illinois Forestry Development Council and the Illinois Division of Forest Resources is built on their original work.

The bill recognized the need for forest planning by requiring the 50 states to complete or interact cooperatively on forest programs such as wildfire protection or invasive species control. Key 1 Checklist for Statewide Forest Resource Assessments and Strategies Requirements of the Farm Bill.

Available forFile Size: 2MB. State Forest Resource Planning in the Northeast United States i Executive Summary This study evaluated the current status of statewide forest resource planning in the United States, with a specific focus on the planning programs that exist in the 20 northeast United States.

Oregon's Forest Action Plan was developed in June by a team of Oregon Department of Strategy also summarized the following Other Statewide Plans and Programs: Community Wildfire Protection Plans, Federal Land Management Plans, Oregon federal. NYS Forest Resource Assessment & Strategy (FRAS) SUMMARY Area of Forest Land Forest land area continues to increase but at a slow pace, an average of 42, acres per year sinceand j acres since the last forest inventory in Timberland has also continued to increase slightly.

(Graphic 4) At 63%. The Maryland Strategic Forest Resource Plan (MSRFP) represents the foundation upon which the statewide forest planning process is constructed, and incorporates the range of major trends and issues affecting Maryland’s forests and their ecological, economic, and social implications.

Review of Minnesota Strategic Forest Resource Planning Requirements1 MINNESOTA FOREST RESOURCES COUNCIL August 1Report to the DNR Commissioner on the Appropriateness and Effectiveness of Statewide Forest Resources Planning Requirements.

DNR manages working forests on million acres of state trust lands to provide quality habitat, clean water, and other public resources, as well as a stream of sustainable revenue to support public school construction and other trust beneficiaries. We maintain the balance between sustainable production of natural resource revenue, protection of public resources, and ensuring.

Maine has integrated the Statewide Forest Resource Assessment and Strategy (SFAS) process into its existing forest resource planning framework. The intent of Maine's Assessment is to identify key forest-related issues and priorities to support development of a.

statewide forest planning process was constructed. Beyond documenting the initial data collection and analysis stage of the forest planning process, the Maryland Forest Service as well as the Commission members identified trends and issues that would likely need to be addressed to support sustainable forestry in Maryland for the future.

WI Statewide Forest Action Plan Assessment – Draft: 09/ The Forest Resource – Introduction 3 THE FOREST RESOURCE Forests are Wisconsin [s dominant land use, comprising 48 percent of Wisconsin [s landscape, providing vast ecological, economic and social functions for the citizens of the Size: 3MB.

Regional Landscape Plans Documents are available in accessible formats upon request Statewide Documents Regional Forest Resource Committees: Implementing the Landscape-Based Planning and Coordination Program November LPb Landscape-Level Planning and Coordination Process: Principles and Goals July LP Regional Documents.

knowledge of and ability to successfully administer and manage multiple, complex, statewide forestry programs and services, including Forest Stewardship, Forest Health, Urban & Community Forestry, Forest Water Quality Guidelines and monitoring, forest industry registration and the forest practices notification registry, and wood and biomass.

Statewide Forest Resource Strategy. programs and issues. The establishment of these priority areas was intended to promote efficient, strategic and focused and use relative to its application to local forest and fire planning efforts. The assessment was completed at the sixth-level.

This book is an ideal resource for students of Forest Management – primarily an upper-level course in forestry, and natural resource management, wildlife, and recreation programs. Real-life examples illustrated mathematically and graphically; End-of-chapter questions; Modern coverage of the planning and management of US Forest timber productionReviews: 1.The Statewide Assessment is an analysis of forest resource conditions and trends; threats and opportunities for delineating spatially defined priority forest landscapes for developing program strategies and actions.

The Resource Strategy is a five-year integrated S&PF.