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Management planning for woodland owners

Michael C. Bondi

Management planning for woodland owners

why and how

by Michael C. Bondi

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Published by Oregon State University Extension Service in Corvallis, Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Woodlots -- Management.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[prepared by Mike Bondi, and Chal Landgren].
    SeriesExtension circular / Oregon State University Extension Service -- 1125., Extension circular (Oregon State University. Extension Service) -- 1125.
    ContributionsLandgren, Chal G., Oregon State University. Extension Service.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16098869M

    Woodland Stewardship: A Practical Guide for Midwestern Landowners, 3rd Edition provides information for woodland owners interested in identifying goals for their property and working with a professional forester to choose the best management practices. The book is also available in . Get this from a library! Caring for small woods: a practical manual for woodland owners, woodland managers, woodland craftsmen, foresters, land agents, project officers, conservationists, teachers and students. [Ken Broad].

    Coppicing will open up temporary glades in the woodland and encourage birds, butterflies and other wildlife. Management needs to be carefully controlled. New track routes need to be cut where they will do the least damage. Old, dead and dying trees, vital for woodpeckers, beetles and other woodland wildlife need to be kept wherever possible. Managing existing woodlands – few examples of available woodland management services: Planning – Forest maps, Forest Design Plans, Felling licence application, Deer Management Plans, Environmental Impact Assessments, Road planning applications.

    Professionals providing Extension, service forestry, or technical assistance to foresters and woodland owners are also encouraged to participate. The course is designed to be effective for motivated individuals as well as small groups (max recommended), which allows for greater discussion and generating ideas. “Legal Aspects of Owning and Managing Woodland,” Thom J. McEvoy. Island Press, “Preserving Family Lands, Book I” and “Preserving Family Lands, Book II: More Planning Strategies for the Future,” & Stephen J. Small. .


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Management planning for woodland owners by Michael C. Bondi Download PDF EPUB FB2

Management Planning. for Woodland Owners: An Example. EC • Reprinted June $ MAnAgEMEnt PlAnning. his publication demonstrates one way of organizing and preparing a forest management plan for your property.

By no means should you consider this the best or only way for you to plan; conditions vary—and so should your ap. Woodland management planning & advice.

advice and management services for woodland owners helping to secure a sustainable income from woodland whilst maintaining and enhancing a sustainable habitat for wildlife and amenity opportunities.

Training sessions that share these timeless and rewarding skills are also available to book. And it. Without proper management, “decisions” about how trees compete for growth resources are left entirely to natural competition.

Management Planning. Careful planning is required to increase the value of your woodlot. Writing a management plan will help you consider what you value about your woods and what you hope to achieve.

The book describes deer management at the actual level of management – the individual forested property, whether a small woodlot of perhaps 20 acres or a larger commercial forest operation, state park or national forest encompassing hundreds to thousands of forestlands are where negative deer impact affects goals for natural resources and are where managers.

Help is Available for Woodland Owners. Certainly, now may be the time to capitalize on years of management. A timely sale of trees of appropriate sizes and species, at an appropriate sale price, is the payoff for years of wise planning and management. Look in the white pages of the phone book under New York State Environmental.

Decisions you make now about your woodland, wildlife management, harvesting trees, or controlling invasive species will influence the character of your woodland for many years into the future. As a woodland owner planning for the long term is important because whatever you do—or don’t do—will have long-term effects on your woodland.

Woodland owners and managers can map, store woodland information and create a management plan on the Scottish Forestry template using myForest; Long term forest plans applicant's guidance - gives information on scoping and how to prepare your forest plan.

Resources for Woodland Owners and Managers. As stewards of our working landscape, you need access to tools and resources for managing your woodlands. We strive to bring an array of resources to you that will help you be an exemplary steward.

Check the relevant resources below, listed by topic, to help you achieve your management objectives. “I joined VWA to learn about and support good stewardship of Vermont woodlands, both for timber and habitat. As the owner of 41 acres of land in southern Vermont, with 35 acres forested, my goal is to provide good quality habitat for native mammals, birds and amphibians while also managing the forest for timber.

Woodland owners can be eligible for reduced property taxes if they follow a state-approved forestry plan. Practices: Woodland management plan development, reforestation, timber stand improvement, fish and wildlife habitat enhancement, fire hazard reduction, invasive species control, watershed protection, and wetland restoration all may be eligible.

Woodlot Management - Home Study Program. Have you ever wondered how to grow more wood, improve wildlife habitat on your woodlot, or maintain and safely operate your chainsaw. Of interest to woodland owners. Watch Woodlot Management Videos. Watch Woodland Management videos to help you on your way.

More. Connect to us on Facebook. Now in full colour, this is the second edition of this highly acclaimed book. Woodland Management is essential reading for anyone with an interest in trees and woodlands, whether they simply enjoy walking in the woods, are considering buying woodland, or wish to gain a greater understanding of the history and management of Britain's woodland/5(67).

Resources for land owners Many resources that address forest management and stewardship planning and estate planning may be helpful as you investigate succession planning.

Many of these resources focus on the mechanics of the legal and financial process, and so they complement the family decision-making process highlighted in this workbook. This is a well-done, comprehensive explanation of woodland ecology in terms of property management and restoration.

Over 50 diagrams and illustrations help the reader understand the text. As an owner of a woodlot, I found this /5(23). We remain available to offer advice, computer and GIS based woodland management planning services throughout the Covid19 lock-down.

Just ring us on or email us at [email protected] to discuss your woodland management and/or sawmilling, grading, or timber processing needs. S ome years ago Julian Evans, a retired professor of forestry and an owner of a small woodland, wrote a book to help new owners of woodlands.

It was called "Badgers, Beeches and Blisters" and has been extremely helpful to hundreds of owners, perhaps thousands. This book has now been updated and re-written with new sections on emerging issues.

Some of the new material. Management interventions can improve habitat and forested areas can be used privately or commercially for recreation or hunting, provided local laws and permitting practices are observed.

Fur bearing animals found in forest ecosystems, such as raccoons, weasels and fox, can be hunted or trapped for their pelts. Management Planning for Woodland Owners: A Visual Guide This interactive online module explores the concepts of woodland management planning through videos, maps, and audio segments from woodland owners.

UK: New book for woodland managers A handbook designed to help the owners and managers of native broadleaved woodland get the most from their trees has been published by the Forestry Commission. Written by Ralph Harmer, Gary Kerr and Richard Thompson of Forest Research, the scientific research and technical development arm of the Forestry Commission.

Woodland owners work - book: Knowing your boundaries.S t o r rs, CT; Cooperative Extension Service, University of Connecticut. K a z i m i r, J. F o re s t r y Yo r k, N Y ; Wiley-Interscience–A division of John Wiley and Sons, Inc.

Maine Public Broadcasting and University of Maine Cooperative Extension Serv i c e. W h e File Size: KB. Woodland management cannot however simply depend on public funds to be achieved, and it is the role of the woodland manager to determine the purpose, or objective of management.

Woodlands that have a reason to be managed, perhaps for timber, firewood, access or green woodworking, are more likely to be receive the management they need to thrive.Woodland Management is essential reading for anyone with an interest in trees and woodlands, whether they simply enjoy walking in the woods, are considering buying woodland, or wish to gain a greater understanding of the history and management of Britain's woodland.

The book begins with a look at how our woodlands have developed and a. How well do you know your woods? Is it providing the things you want? A new publication can help. Available now is My Healthy Woods: A Handbook for Family Woodland Owners Managing Woods in Southeast Minnesota.

This easy-to-read publication, filled with great information and photos, is a treasure trove for landowners wanting to know more about their .