Today's public and private forest-land owners are placing greater emphasis on ecological, recreational, and aesthetic values than on timber production. This publication addresses planning and conducting a timber harvest to minimize the disruptive effects of cutting and removing trees on a forest. Topics covered include concerns, solutions, truck roads, landings, skid trails, tree felling, administration and planning, and costs. Also included are fifty full-colour photos, a glossary, references, and a list of state agencies that can provide further assistance.
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