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Management of non-industrial private forest lands

Management of non-industrial private forest lands

survey results from western Oregon and Washington owners

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Published by Oregon State University, College of Forestry, Forest Research Laboratory in Corvallis, Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forest management -- Oregon -- Public opinion.,
  • Forest management -- Washington (State) -- Public opinion.,
  • Public opinion -- Oregon.,
  • Public opinion -- Washington (State),
  • Forest landowners -- Oregon -- Attitudes.,
  • Forest landowners -- Washington (State) -- Attitudes.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Rebecca L. Johnson ... [et al.].
    SeriesResearch contribution -- 28., Research contribution (Oregon State University. Forest Research Laboratory) -- 28.
    ContributionsJohnson, Rebecca L., 1955-, Oregon State University. Forest Research Laboratory.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination39 p. :
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15558752M

    public, and private lands. w. Assists non-industrial private forest owners through the Forest. Stewardship Program. w. Provides urban forestry. assistance to municipalities through the Urban & Community Forestry Program. w. Manages more than. 5 million acres of forest, range, agricultural and aquatic (submerged) lands to produce. Review: Web Site Lists Public and Private Financial Incentive Programs for Non-Industrial Private Landowners (pdf 55 KB) Rick Meyer. Forest Resources Association Technical Release () Existing and Potential Incentives for Practicing Sustainable Forestry on Non-industrial Private Forest Lands (Final Report) (pdf KB).

    CP\Goal 4 - Forest Lands 4 private forest lands. The , acres of state land and approximat acres of private land represent almost 80 percent of the County s forest land. The mapping of state lands was done by the Weyerhauser Corporation . Demonstration (Demo) Forests — The purpose of Wisconsin’s demonstration forests is to present sustainable forest management and responsible land stewardship. The management concepts can be applied as educational tools for students, professional foresters and .

    A small minority of non-industrial private forest landowners belong to these certification programs, and there are few laws regulating land management activities on private property. Not surprisingly, wide-ranging disparity remains in the sustainability of forestry on non-industrial private lands. Introduction to Forest Management. Forest Regeneration: An investment in the future. Forest and Wildlife Management for Recreation and Profit. Forest Herbicides. Profitable Marketing and Harvesting of Timber. Hardwood Management. Forest Stewardship and Management Plan Development. Longleaf Pine Management. 7. Total.


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Management of non-industrial private forest lands Download PDF EPUB FB2

Non-industrial private forest land. • Requires that USDA have complete and relevant standards for providing forestry-related technical assistance.

• Includes non-industrial private forest land as an eligible land use in the new CStP. Up to 10 percent of the acres annually enrolled nationwide may be nonindustrial private forest Size: 51KB. Private Management of non-industrial private forest lands book forest lands are forest lands in various countries, owned by a private individual or organization that does not also own a wood processing facility.

Nonindustrial private forests cover about million acres in the United States, or roughly one-half of the nation's total forested acres. Get this from a library. Management of non-industrial private forest lands: survey results from western Oregon and Washington owners.

[Rebecca L Johnson; Oregon State University. Forest Research Laboratory.;] -- Oregon State University researchers conducted a survey in of non-industrial private forest (NIPF) landowners in western Oregon and western Washington.

Lands eligible for WHIP include private agricul-tural land and non-industrial private forest land. Eligible participants will be the owners of these lands or operators who can provide evidence that they will control the land for the life of the con-tract.

Land already enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program, Wetlands Reserve Program, or Emer. forest land that go beyond legally mandated streamside Management Zone (sMZ) rules. BMps have proven to be highly effective. field audits by Montana Dnrc over 20 years indicate greater than 90% effectiveness.

BMps are intended for all forest lands, including non-industrial private, forest industry, state-owned, and federal forests. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Federal role in the conservation and management of private nonindustrial forest lands.

[Washington]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, NIPF - Non-Industrial Private Forest. Looking for abbreviations of NIPF. It is Non-Industrial Private Forest. state foresters help manage private lands owned by the approximately 10 million non-industrial private forest ( on a 5-point scale) on the need to certify tropical, industrial private, and non-industrial private forests.

USDA. Timber harvesting and Forest Management Guidelines forest land ownership categories are state, federal, county, forest industry, and non-industrial private (NIPF, including tribal lands, utilities, and non-profit organizations).

program for monitoring silvicultural practices and application of the timber harvesting and forest management. Rationale and Implications for Forest Management Yaoqi Zhang, Daowei Zhang and John Schelhas Zhang, Y., Zhang, D.

& Schelhas, Small-scale non-industrial private forest ownership in the United States: rationale and implications for forest management.

Silva Fennica 39(3): Thc transaction cost approach is used to explain why small. Progress 10/01/04 to 09/30/05 Outputs Non-industrial Private Forests (NIPFs) are forest lands owned by private individuals, mostly families, whose occupations and incomes are not in forest production, mostly farmers in North Carolina (NC).

This year a literature review on the current status of knowledge on NC/NIPFs has been carried out and a. Non-industrial private forests make up nearly 40 percent of forested acres in the U.S., and 77 percent in Virginia.

These lands provide many benefits to the owners and society, and may represent the lands on which the greatest gains remain to be made in sustainable forestry. However, private forests of Virginia and elsewhere face a number of current and potential threats and opportunities that.

Current forest management approaches depend on who owns the land (private vs. public vs. tribal, and industrial vs. non-industrial), but typically, forests in the Pacific Northwest are managed under an approach known as sustained yield. (a) Subject to the other eligibility provisions of this part except as provided explicitly in this section, assistance made available under this section with respect to private, non-industrial forest land in an eligible county for costs related to reforestations, rehabilitation, and related measures undertaken because of losses in calendar year caused by a hurricane.

Nonconsumptive uses were fewer on private lands (10%) or on public and private lands combined (34%), yet those levels of use are significant enough to merit commensurate financial and management. Although scientific support for fire as a land management tool has grown, non-industrial private forest (NIPF) landowners often fail to burn on their properties.

These lands comprise approximately 70 percent of southern forests, making them critical to the long-term conservation of wildlife and plant species. Natural resource professionals must overcome key constraints to use. Non-industrial private forest owners in 16 states were surveyed about their interest in learning about managing their land for nontimber forest products.

T-tests of means, Mann-Whitney U-tests, and cross-tabulations identified land tenure, resource management, and socio-demographic characteristics associated with interest in nontimber forest.

Forest Land Parcelization. Forest parcelization is the division of larger blocks of forest land into smaller blocks with multiple owners. Previous research has hypothesized that parcelization, a land ownership measure, can lead to fragmentation and development, a land cover measure, which might further affect the management and use of forest land for their many products and amenity values.

Non-industrial Private Forest (NIPF) landowners comprise 47% of the nation’s total timberland area [].As such, these owners’ management decisions and behaviors are particularly important regarding the net benefits that are provided by the nation’s forests [].In particular, the U.S.

South, commonly termed the wood basket of the United States, performs a critical role in satisfying the Author: Sagar Godar Chhetri, Jason Gordon, Ian Munn, James Henderson. matelyacres of non-industrial private forest (NIPF) land is in parcels of less than 20 acres—and the number of these smaller parcels is quickly growing.

These facts prompted the publishing of this guidebook. Smaller acreages present challenges to effective sustainable management of.

Some of the most important issues within the United States (US) concern the acceptable management of natural resources and the environment [].With a few notable exceptions, public policy discourse about forestlands in the US has largely centered on managing public lands for the provision of public goods (e.g., spotted owl habitat) [2,3,4].Given widespread changes in land use and habitat Cited by: 2.

Non-industrial Private Land Use and Forest Management - Landscape and Policy Perspectives Thesis (PDF Available) June with 44 Reads How we measure 'reads'.Prior to his employment with TFG inMr.

Sampson served as a Forest Management Analyst for Westvaco Corporation’s Appalachian Forest Operations. In addition, Mr. Sampson served as a Cooperative Forest Management Forester at Westvaco where he directed forest management regimes for non-industrial private landowners.Private Forestland Management: Study and Recommendations The Minnesota Forest Resources Council was charged by the legislature with completing a study regarding private forestlands in Minnesota and providing recommendations which ensure sustainability of private forest resources going forward.

The specific statutory language is directly below.