Forest Improvement Handbook
Healthy forests provide many benefits for private landowners and for society at large. Among these benefits are aesthetic beauty, watershed protection, wildlife habitat, and timber income. However, many forests suffer from abuse and neglect. Livestock grazing; wildfires; poor logging practices; insects and disease; non-native invasive species; environmental stresses and overly dense, slowly growing trees all compromise forest health and diminish a forest's potential
Through forest improvement we can protect, sustain, and improve forest health, and achieve landowner goals.
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