Management Practices for Forest Health and Catastrophic Wildfire Resistance

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Forest Management is the process of assessing a forest and acting accordingly to provide for its sustainability. This full-color publication includes sections on natural changes within a forest, tree species and their different needs for disturbance, tree selection and harvesting strategies, and the "big picture" goals of forest management. The publication also includes a resource directory.

  • Copyright2004
  • AuthorPeter Kolb, Robert Moler
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