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Private forest-land owners of the northern United States, 1994
Thomas W Birch
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, Available from USDA Forest Service Publications Distribution in Radnor, PA, [Delaware, OH
Written in English
|Other titles||Private forest land owners of the northern United States, 1994, Private forest landowners of the northern United States, 1994|
|Statement||Thomas W. Birch|
|Series||Resource bulletin NE -- 136|
|Contributions||Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||293|
Public lands and private recreation enterprise: policy issues from a historical perspective. Gen. Tech. Rep. The act gave the Forest Service authority to lease national forest land to private persons or associations for the construction of summer homes (which with the States and private forest owners, and management of the National. products; and forest land ownership. Prior to , all forest inventories in the United States were conducted on a periodic basis. With the passage of the Farm Bill, FIA is now required to collect data annually on a portion of plots within each state so that up-to-date information essential to framing realistic forest policiesCited by: 3.
The present study focused on how forests will be managed in the future in light of the increased emphasis being put by the public on the ecological and recreational values of forests, the trend towards an increased share of non-resident forest owners, and the increased female forest ownership. The value and belief basis of forest management attitudes was explored using a Cited by: Chapter North America, excluding Mexico. Figure North America excluding Mexico: forest cover map. For purposes of discussion, Canada and the United States are considered together in this chapter (Figure ) Mexico has historically been considered part of either North or Central America, depending on the context.
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Private forest-land owners of the northern United States, Radnor, PA: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station,  (OCoLC) Title. Private forest-land owners of the northern United States, / Title Variants: Alternative: Private forest land owners of the United States, Alternative: Private forest landowners of the United States, Related Titles.
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Pages: Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Thomas W Birch books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. In the northern United States, where 55% of the forestland is controlled by families and individuals, it is imperative that we understand the trends within this.
Percentage of family forest land and family forest. owners by plans for the next 5 1994 book. Future plans vary but most owners plan little to no activity. More than half the forest land in the United States ( million acres)—mostly located in the East—is owned and managed by some 11 million private forest.
owners. Private Forest-land Owners of the Northern United States, (USDA Forest Service Resource Bulletin NE) - This publication provides estimates of the numbers of private forest landowners, ownership objectives, expected benefits, harvest experience, intention to harvest, and management planning.
Very useful information for those seeking to. Private forestland owners of the United States, Res. Bull. NE USDA Forest Service, Northeastern For.
Exper. Station, Radnor, PA. Google Scholar. Birch, T.W. Private forest-land owners of the Southern United States, Attitudes and preferences toward co-operative agreements for management of private forestlands. Subjects: Forest landowners Forests and forestry Land tenure Statistics United States Private forest-land owners of the southern United States, / View Metadata.
West Virginia is about 80% forested, and most of the forest land is in private ownership. Further, the region is home to oak (Quercus spp.), a possibly fire-dependent and highly valuable genus.
Birch TW () Private Forest-Land Owners of the Northern United States, Resour Bull NE Resour Bull NE USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Cited by: 5. Family forests (those owned by families, individuals, trusts, estates, family partnerships, and other non-incorporated groups of individuals) represent an important segment of private forest land ownership in the United States.
There are about 11 million private forest owners and 92% of them are family forest owners that control 62% of private Cited by: 4. Private Forest-land owners of the United States, Resource Bulletin NE Radnor, PA: USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station.
Brunner, Allan D. and Jack s. The social returns to public R&D in the U.S. wood preserving industry. SCFER Working Paper No. It was created in by the Utah state legislature to manage lands granted to the state of Utah by the United States for the support of public schools and other beneficiary institutions.) Wilderness (Congressionally Designated Wilderness) Wildlife Reserve/Management Area (Federal, State, Private or Tribal Designated Wildlife Areas).
There are about 11 million private forest owners and 92% of them are family forest owners that control 62% of private forest land, or 35% of all forest land in the nation (). Less than 1% of family forest owners (who control 4% of family forest land) are certified as practicing sustainable forest management ().
In the north central states, 48% of the owners lived on their forest land while 52% were nonresidents living a median distance of 30 miles from their forest land (Baughman and Updegraff ).
In the Minnesota study, landowners lived a mean distance of 78 miles from their forest land and only 37% lived within 50 miles (Cervantes ).
Non Technical Summary The number of family forest owners in the contiguous United States increased from million in to million in These owners now control 42% of the nation's forestland. Alabama has 23 million acres of forestland, accounting for 71% of the total land area.
The vast majority (94%) of the forestland is privately owned, and family owners. Wooded, Forested, and Treed Properties for Sale. Homes and Land with Forests, Woods, or Large Numbers of Trees. Houses, acreage, and other types of real estate where the land contains a significant number of trees, or where a significant portion of the land has trees.
Norwegian emigration to the United States took the sailing of Norden and Den Norske Klippe in In it began to assume larger proportions; in that year sixteen hundred immigrants from Norway settled in the United States.
During –, a period of financial depression in Norway, there left, on an average, about fifteen thousand a year. A symposium and webinar in commemoration of the Weeks Act Centennial and the International Year of Forests.
For more information about the Weeks Act and other centennial celebration events, please visit the Forest Service's Weeks Act webpage. Purpose: To convene a diverse group of individuals from the public and private sectors to identify opportunities to build.
Private forests are important in addressing the issue of sustainability both in the United States (National Research Council, ) and around the globe (Vilkriste, ). The forest controlled by private forest landowners is large and privatization of the world’s forests is expanding (FAO ).This article orignially appeared in Z Magazine, April After nearly a year of back room deals, political arm-twisting and viciously polarized debate, the Clinton administration has released the final details of its long-awaited plan for the ancient forests of the Pacific Northwest.
In early April, a federal judge is expected to decide whether the Continue reading "The Clinton Forest Plan". The mill and the company town at Port Gamble at the northern end of the county continued to cut lumber into the s as the oldest continuously operating sawmill in the United States.
Inafter years, the saws at the old Puget Mill Company powered down and salvagers dismantled the plant.