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Communicating with nonindustrial private forest-land owners

Communicating with nonindustrial private forest-land owners

getting programs on target

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station in Broomall, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forest landowners -- Pennsylvania.,
  • Forests and forestry -- Pennsylvania -- Multiple use.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCommunicating with nonindustrial private forest land owners.
    StatementThomas W. Birch, Nancy A. Pywell.
    SeriesNE-RP -- 593.
    ContributionsPywell, Nancy A. 1945-, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination11 p.
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16827928M

    Maintaining these broad tracts of non-industrial, private forest land on the northeastern landscape is challenging. Small ownership parcels, long-distance absentee ownership, and lack of communication among neighboring owners have inhibited landowners from considering the roles that their individual properties play in the broader landscape or. southern, nonindustrial, private forest landowners on why their lands were not reforested to pine are reported. The most important barrier to pine reforestation was the inac- curate assumption by many land- owners that adequate pine regenera- tion would occur naturally. To insure a fully stocked pine stand in the South, it is generally.

    Publication date Topics Forest landowners United States Statistics, Forests and forestry United States Statistics, Land tenure United States Statistics Publisher Radnor, PA: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment StationPages: A conceptual model of land use and forest management determination 9 Properties of non-industrial private land-use and forest management 13 Spatial constraints 13 Landowner behavior 14 Spatial information on forest and land-cover 14 Related research 15 2 Objectives of the thesis

    Executive Summary. F orests are major components of the earth's natural resources and they are increasingly critical to the welfare of the U.S. economy, environment, and population. Desires to improve forest management and productivity, preserve biodiversity, maintain ecologic integrity, and provide societal services, such as recreation and tourism, necessitate a strong forestry . The saw log market of the northwestern United States is dominated by few and large timberland owners with Nonindustrial Private Forest Owners holding only about 20% of the timberland. Because environmental protection is the main purpose for federal ownership of timberland today, the Pacific Northwest Region favors firm timberland ownership Cited by:


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Nonindustrial private forest-land owners Throughout the United States, private forest-land owners make management decisions affecting nearly 72 percent of the nation's timberland (USDA Forest Service ).

A diverse group of million individuals, corporations, groups and associations control these private forest lands (Birch et al. ).Cited by: 4. Get this from a library. Communicating with nonindustrial private forest-land owners: getting programs on target.

[Thomas W Birch; Nancy A Pywell; Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.); United States. Department of Agriculture.] -- S2Nonindustrial private forest-land (NIPF) owners can be motivated by programs directed to their needs and objectives.

Communicating with nonindustrial private forest-land owners (OCoLC) Microfiche version: Birch, Thomas W. Communicating with nonindustrial private forest-land owners (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File.

Private nonindustrial 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.

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 Communicating with nonindustrial private forest-land owners book Size: 51KB. PRIVATE NONINDUSTRIAL OWNERSHIP OF FOREST LAND (YALE UNIVERSITY: SCHOOL OF FORESTRY, BULLETIN NO.

68) Paperback – January 1, by ROBERT O. MCMAHON (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and Author: ROBERT O. MCMAHON. owners for developing, improving or managing 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- by any nonindustrial private individual, group, association, corporation, Indian Tribe, or. Economic analyses of the joint production timber and amenities from nonindustrial private forest lands (NIPF) have been conducted for several decades.

Binkley () summarized this strand of research and elegantly articulated a microeconomic household model in which NIPF owners maximize utility by choosing optimal combinations of timber income Cited by: amounts of forest land more likely survived in Gcrmany.

During thc pcriod from 1 to 190% of the enterprises that managed more than 5 ha (1 2 acres) forest land survived. These farms were not only able to continue as forest enter- prises.

but also as mixed farms, retaining their agricultural land. Over the same period, farms. Thomas W Birch Base de datos de todas episodio Thomas W Birch Estos datos libro es el mejor ranking. EPUB, libros electrónicos EBOOK, Adobe PDF, versión Moblile, ordenador portátil, teléfono inteligente es compatible con todas las herramientas que ♡ Thomas W Birch visitado hoy en ♡ certificado y suministrado tienen el potencial de aumentar sus.

This paper presents a total survey of the characteristics and changes over time (–) within the entire population of Swedish non-industrial private forest owners (NIPF owners). By charting the changed demographic, socio-economic and geographic profile of the NIPF owners, it also provides a baseline for a discussion and analysis of potential implications Cited by: The total area of forestland in Sweden is about million hectares, of which 50% is owned by non-industrial private forest owners (NIPF).

NIPF owners have a key position in the supply of round wood to industry, accounting for 58% of the area notified for regeneration felling in (Skogsstyrelsen, ).

In addition to timber, the NIPFs Cited by: 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.

(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.

NIPF - Non-Industrial Private Forest. Looking for abbreviations of NIPF. It is Non-Industrial Private Forest. Non-Industrial Private Forest listed as NIPF USDA programs that provide education, technical and financial assistance to non-industrial private forest owners should be expanded, with a target of doubling their total effort by An assessment of nonindustrial private forest landowner willingness to harvest Mehmood, S.R., Factors affecting nonindustrial private forest land- a smaller literature on non.

Request PDF | Identifying Appropriate Communication Means for Reaching Nonindustrial Private Forest Landowners | Providing appropriate and timely forestry information and education to. Forest land in private individual forest ownership, ha (from total private forest, %)(65%)(74%) Forest land in legal forest ownership, ha (from total private forest, %)(35%)(26%) Average forest area for private individual forest owners, ha Average forest area for legal forest owners (companies), ha forest ownerships are particularly complicated and diversified.

One segment of forest land owners is the non-industrial private forest (NIPF). The NIPF owners are diverse in characteristics and land ownership objectives, and some argued that the name of NIPF is not appropriate (see, Finley et al., ; Wiseman, ).

Decisions nonindustrial forest landowners make: an empirical examination ine Conway a, Gregory r, Jay Sullivana, and David Wearb a Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg,VA b USDA Forest Service Southern Research Station Abstract Our purpose is to estimate a model of non-industrial forest landowner behavior that considers cer-Cited by:.

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.Body representing owners of privately managed forests in British Columbia.

Promoting responsible forestry, and government policy that encourages investment.The term "nonindustrial private forest land" means “rural land, as determined by the Secretary, that-- (A) has existing tree cover or is suitable for growing trees; and (B) is owned by any nonindustrial private individual, group, association, corporation, Indian tribe, or other private legal entity that has definitive decisionmaking authority.