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Managing your woodland

Managing your woodland

a non-forester"s guide to small-scale forestry in British Columbia.

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Published by Canadian Forestry Service in [Victoria, B.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forests and forestry -- British Columbia.,
  • Forest management -- British Columbia.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsReid, Collins & Associates., Canadian Forestry Service., British Columbia. Ministry of Forests and Lands., Canada-British Columbia Forest Resource Development Agreement.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSD146.B7 M35 1988
    The Physical Object
    Pagination236 p. in various pagings :
    Number of Pages236
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19076389M
    ISBN 100771886527
    OCLC/WorldCa19973242

    A Landowner's Guide to Managing Your Woods | Whether you have a few acres of trees in the suburbs or a small commercial forest, you can encourage a healthy and sustainable ecosystem through proper woodland management. This introductory guide shows you how to identify the type, health, and quality of your trees and suggests strategies for keeping your woodland : Storey Publishing. How can woodland owners profit financially from their land? Traditionally, this has been done by harvesting wood and pulp. Today, markets are developing for other forest products and amenities, including biofuel, carbon credits, conservation easements, and water credits.

    Audubon Vermont 1 Managing Your Forest of r Vermont’s Birds Resource List FORESTRY & CONSERVATION Working with Your Woodland: A Landowner’s Guide, revised edition by Mollie Beattie, Charles Thompson, and Lynn Levine , Covers a wide spectrum of compatible woodland management objectives – wildlife r, ecreation. Your priorities, your woodland, the way you enjoy it and your circumstances will be different from ours and so your decisions will be different. If you take the ecology of your woodland into account in every decision that you make, your woodland and the habitats it contains, will be richer as a result.

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Managing Your Woodland for Wildlife b y David Blakesley and Peter Buckley. A valuable book specially written for owners like you.

After 20 years of selling woodlands to people “for enjoyment and conservation” we realised that although the purchasers wanted to do their best for conservation, encouraging biodiversity, protecting endangered species, and just having more birds, bluebells and.

Make the Most of Your Woodlands Whether you own a few acres of woodland or many, A Landowner's Guide to Managing Your Woods will help you become an active and effective steward of your forest. Beginning with an explanation of the natural processes governing forest development, the authors present active steps you can take to guide your woodland toward a state of health and beauty and /5(68).

Make the Most of Your Woodlands Whether you own a few acres of woodland or many, A Landowner's Guide to Managing Your Woods will help you become an active and effective steward of your ing with an explanation of the natural processes governing forest development, the authors present active steps you can take to guide your woodland toward a state of health and beauty /5(45).

To learn more about managing wildlife habitat, visit our wildlife habitat management page. Several State, Regional, and National agencies and organizations have programs, information, and personnel who can provide assistance in your woodland management are listed below.

Managing your Woods is a good, basic book on some of the necessities involved if one desires to "manage" nature to the extent that it is possible to do so.

This book does offer the new landowners insights into possible avenues depending on those goals/5(9). This beautifully illustrated book aims to offer practical advice for those managing smaller areas of woodland for wildlife. The authors begin by introducing different woodland types – woodland plants, insects, birds, mammals, reptiles, fungi and lichens and how different management strategies will.

Managing a woodland. The health and wellbeing of woodlands relies on effective management in order for the woodlands themselves to thrive and to provide the wide range of social, economic and environmental functions it is evident we expect of them as a society.

Managing Your Small Woodlot. The most important thing to consider as a woodland owner is how you value your woods. Specifically, how do you currently use your woodlot, what kinds of things do you value most (recreation, income potential, etc.), and what would you.

The Managing Your Woodland was revised by the Small Woodlands Program of BC, an initiative of Forest Renewal BC. The program is designed to encourage owners of private forest lands in BC to manage their properties in an economically and environmentally sustainable manner.

ii Managing your woodland for wildlife Citation For bibliographic purposes, this book should be referred to as Blakesley, D and Buckley, GP. Managing your woodland for wildlife. Pisces Publications, Newbury.

The rights of David Blakesley and Peter Buckley to be identified as the Authors of this. Publications Library - Managing Your Property ID # Green Book How to Apply for Woodland Harvest Permits in Maryland - University of Maryland Extension Woodland Stewardship Education program.

Helping your woodland adapt to a changing climate - Maryland Dept. of Natural Resources Forest Service. Steve and Ann Larkin Hansen, authors of Maintaining Small-Farm Equipment, have run a family farm in Wisconsin for the last 20 years.

While Steve has kept their farm equipment running smoothly, Ann has authored books, including The Organic Farming Manual, A Landowner’s Guide to Managing Your Woods, Finding Good Farmland, Making Hay, and Electric : Storey Books.

Download BibTeX citations. @book{bhl, title = {Managing your woodland / }, volume = {no.2}, copyright = {Not provided. Contact contributing library to verify copyright status.}.

Whether you have a few acres of trees in the suburbs or a small commercial forest, you can encourage a healthy and sustainable ecosystem through proper woodland management. This introductory guide shows you how to identify the type, health, and quality of your trees and suggests strategies for keeping your woodland thriving.

Buy Managing your Woodland for Wildlife by David Blakesley, Peter Buckley (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(2). The book is a revised, expanded, and updated edition of Legal Aspects of Owning and Managing Woodlands, published in by Island Press and named Best Forestry Book of the Year by the National Woodland Owners : If you are not managing your woodland with the intent to make a profit, much of this chapter may not apply to your situation.

Step 1C: Managing woodland as a business provides the most opportunities to deduct forestry-related costs in a timely manner. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Reader Q&A To ask other readers questions about Managing Native Broadleaved Woodland, please sign up.4/5(2). Refer to your woodland inventory (see Chapter 2), consult your management plan, and/or discuss with your forester to determine your woodland’s primary tree species.

Step 2: Determine Forest Type For each stand, match the principal tree species from your inventory to the forest type descriptions in the manual to determine which forest type. This book contains practically everything woodland managers and owners need to know about the management of native woods.

There is a wealth of information on everything from controlling mammal pests, to managing for wildlife, to the preparation of a management plan/5(7). Clearfelled plots had greater overall ground flora species richness than other management regimes (thinned, unrestored plantation and native woodland), but the richness of woodland plant species.Managing Your Woodland for Ruffed Grouse Invasion of European buckthorn into oak and other hardwood woodlands is common throughout Minnesota.

It out-competes and eliminates native under-story plants and degrades woodlands. Efforts should be taken to monitor your woodland for this invasive and exotic species. If found, implementFile Size: KB.A woodland stewardship plan from the Minnesota DNR can help you identify and achieve goals for your land.

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.