by Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Forestry in Madison, Wis .
Written in English
|Contributions||Wisconsin. Division of Forestry.|
|LC Classifications||SD144.W8 W517 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||a-n, 232 p. :|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||2003364141|
An example set of guidelines for leaving scattered leave trees on a harvested site. Large version of image. Shortly after its inception in , the MFRC implemented a process that assembled diverse stakeholder groups to create science- and consensus-based voluntary site . voluntary site level guidelines and Dr. John Kotar for his work to provide the tools needed to constantly improve the quality of the forest management in Wisconsin. Their work was relied upon in the first edition of Wisconsin’s Forest Management Guidelines (FMG) and continues to be a corner stone of this edition. reVision GuiDance team. Additional Resources: Regenerating Woodland Stands Online Resources Silviculture concepts. Web-based Forest Management Guides-Silvicultural Treatments (USDA Forest Service, Northern Research Station). This website provides a short description of silvicultural treatments to change, accelerate change, or maintain the condition of trees and stands in the North Central United States. Voluntary Site-level Forest Management Guidelines: Sustaining Minnesota Forest Resources. Revised Chapter 5 – Riparian Areas and Wetlands Protecting Water Quality encourages their use by all Wisconsin forest landowners, land managers and forestry professionals.
Michigan - Water Quality Management on Forest Land (PDF, M) Minnesota - Sustaining Minnesota Forest Resources: Voluntary, Site-Level Forest Management Guidelines for Landowners, Loggers and Resource Managers (PDF, 18M) These guidelines can also be viewed and downloaded by section. Introduction and Purpose of Guidelines (PDF, M). possibilities for improving habitat in Wisconsin forests. Instead, these guidelines cover the essentials for addressing site-level issues related to forestry practices. Those interested in pursuing objectives that focus primarily on wildlife management are encouraged to consult a professional wildlife manager for more information. WISCONSIN FOREST MANAGEMENT GUIDELINES PUB-FR A. Dear Wisconsin Woodland Owner, Forest Enthusiast or Resource Professional: Wisconsin is fortunate to have more t, acres of forestland. During the last century, we learned the that outline responsible resource management at the site-level. Other technical publications. Below you will find a table of contents for the Wisconsin Forest Management Guidelines (Pub-FR ). Under each chapter is a list of the topics covered in that chapter. Click on the chapter title to view the chapter in PDF format.
Additional Resources: Harvesting Timber Online Resources. Web-based Forest Management Guides-Harvesting Systems (USDA Forest Service, Northern Research Station).=This website describes timber harvesting equipment and procedures for the tasks of moving to the tree, felling the tree, processing it at the stump, and transporting the tree to the landing.. Photographs of equipment are includ. Forest landowners, legislators, local, state and federal officials, forestry organizations as well as forest industry representatives all played an important role in the success story of Wisconsin's Forests. The Wisconsin Society of American Foresters and its dedicated members played a prominent role in the restoration of our forests. teams developed guidelines for specific management topics including guidelines for harvesting timber that will favor wildlife. These guidelines were recently published by the Minnesota Forest Resources Council in a book titled, "Sustaining Minnesota Forest Resources: Voluntary Site-level Forest Management Guidelines" (). Progress 10/01/08 to 09/30/13 Outputs Target Audience: A wide range of audiences received information generated through this project. They include federal, state, and local natural resource land management agencies, natural resource professionals, natural resource consultants, timber harvesters, primary and secondary forest products manufacturing companies and their customers, public and.