Category: Economics of Forest Restoration

Forest Restoration Implementation Efficiencies Workshop
Workshop Proceedings Document

Download the Workshop Proceedings document Summary A wide variety of innovative, efficient restoration practices being utilized on individual National Forests of central and eastern Oregon. The purpose of the Forest Restoration Implementation Efficiencies Workshop was to address the need for peer-to-peer learning opportunities between forest industry, contractors, collaborative groups, and Forest Service staff to utilize…

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LanFin landscape financial model
Using the LanFin Tool
ED BROWN LanFin is a landscape financial model using ArcFuels and the Landscape Treatment Designer (LTD) to display stumpage values across a landscape. The inputs come from the Forest Vegetation Simulator cut tree lists which are processed to give stumpage value of the cut trees. This output is then projected across a landscape showing stumpage values. Areas of...
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Making Forest Restoration Economical
Making Forest Restoration Economical
BODIE DOWDING Making Forest Restoration Economical was a presentation of factors industry considers when purchasing a timber sale. It concentrated on reasons that a sale may go no bid or factors that reduce the stumpage value to the selling agency. A few of the items discussed were timber sale cut outs, minimum piece size, purchaser...
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