Forest Plans of North America

 
 
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Forest Plans of North America presents case studies of contemporary forest management plans developed for forests owned by federal, state, county, and municipal governments, communities, families, individuals, industry, investment organizations, conservation organizations, and others in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. The book provides excellent real-life examples of contemporary forest planning processes, the various methods used, and the diversity of objectives and constraints faced by forest owners.

Chapters are written by those who have developed the plans, with each contribution following a unified format and allowing a common, clear presentation of the material, along with consistent treatment of various aspects of the plans. This work complements other books published by members of the same editorial team (Forest Management and Planning, Introduction to Forestry and Natural Resource Management), which describe the planning process and the various methods one might use to develop a plan, but in general do not, as this work does, illustrate what has specifically been developed by landowners and land managers. This is an in-depth compilation of case studies on the development of forest management plans by the different landowner groups in North America.

The book offers students, practitioners, policy makers, and the general public an opportunity to greatly improve their appreciation of forest management and, more importantly, foster an understanding of why our forests today are what they are and what forces and tools may shape their tomorrow. Forest Plans of North America provides a solid supplement to those texts that are used as learning tools for forest management courses. In addition, the work functions as a reference for the types of processes used and issues addressed in the early 21st century for managing land resources.


  • Presents 40-50 case studies of forest plans developed for a wide variety of organizations, groups, and landowners in North America
  • Illustrates plans that have specifically been developed by landowners and land managers
  • Features engaging, clearly written content that is accessible rather than highly technical, while demonstrating the issues and methods involved in the development of the plans
  • Each chapter contains color photographs, maps, and figures
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1 - Front Cover [Seite 1]
2 - Forest Plans of North America [Seite 4]
3 - Copyright [Seite 5]
4 - Contents [Seite 6]
5 - Contributors [Seite 14]
6 - Preface [Seite 18]
7 - Units [Seite 22]
8 - Abbreviations [Seite 24]
9 - Chapter 1. Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco, New Jersey, United States of America [Seite 26]
9.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 26]
9.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 28]
9.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 31]
9.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 33]
9.5 - References [Seite 34]
10 - Chapter 2. Eddyville Tree Farm, Oregon, United States of America [Seite 36]
10.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 36]
10.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 37]
10.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 37]
10.2.2 - Silvicultural Issues [Seite 39]
10.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 43]
10.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 43]
10.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 44]
10.4.2 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 44]
10.4.3 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 44]
10.5 - References [Seite 44]
11 - Chapter 3. Michael Family Forest, Texas, United States of America [Seite 46]
11.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 46]
11.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 48]
11.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 50]
11.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 51]
11.4 - Discussions and Conclusions [Seite 51]
11.4.1 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 51]
11.4.2 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 51]
11.5 - References [Seite 52]
12 - Chapter 4. Pike Lumber Company's Sam Little Forest, Indiana, United States of America [Seite 54]
12.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 54]
12.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 55]
12.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 57]
12.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 58]
12.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 58]
12.4.1 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 58]
12.4.2 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 58]
12.4.3 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 58]
12.5 - References [Seite 59]
13 - Chapter 5. Poole and Pianta Woodlot, West Virginia, United States of America [Seite 60]
13.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 60]
13.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 61]
13.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 63]
13.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 63]
13.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 64]
13.4.1 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 64]
13.4.2 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 65]
13.4.3 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 65]
13.5 - References [Seite 65]
14 - Chapter 6. Rib Lake School Forest, Wisconsin, United States of America [Seite 66]
14.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 66]
14.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 68]
14.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 70]
14.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 70]
14.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 70]
14.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 71]
14.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 71]
14.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 71]
14.5 - References [Seite 71]
15 - Chapter 7. Shirley Town Forest, New Hampshire, United States of America [Seite 72]
15.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 72]
15.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 73]
15.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 74]
15.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 76]
15.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 76]
15.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 76]
15.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 76]
15.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 77]
15.4.5 - Other Interesting Issues Related to the Plan [Seite 77]
15.5 - References [Seite 77]
16 - Chapter 8. Arcata Community Forest, California, United States of America [Seite 78]
16.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 78]
16.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 80]
16.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 80]
16.2.2 - Forest Types and Current Silvicultural Practices [Seite 81]
16.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 82]
16.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 83]
16.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 83]
16.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 83]
16.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 83]
16.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 84]
16.5 - Additional Reading and Resources [Seite 84]
16.6 - References [Seite 84]
17 - Chapter 9. Ejido Borbollones, Durango, Mexico [Seite 86]
17.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 86]
17.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 87]
17.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 87]
17.2.2 - Silvicultural and Analytical Systems [Seite 88]
17.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 90]
17.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 91]
17.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 91]
17.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 91]
17.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 91]
17.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 92]
17.4.5 - Other Interesting Issues Related to the Plan [Seite 92]
17.5 - References [Seite 92]
18 - Chapter 10. Harvard University Forest, Massachusetts, United States of America [Seite 94]
18.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 94]
18.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 97]
18.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 98]
18.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 99]
18.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 100]
18.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 100]
18.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 101]
18.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 101]
18.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 101]
18.4.5 - Other Interesting Issues Related to the Plan [Seite 102]
18.5 - References [Seite 102]
19 - Chapter 11. Dubuar Memorial Forest, New York, United States of America [Seite 104]
19.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 104]
19.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 106]
19.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 108]
19.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 109]
19.4.1 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 110]
19.4.2 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 110]
19.4.3 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 110]
19.5 - References [Seite 111]
20 - Chapter 12. McPhail Tree Farm, South Carolina, United States of America [Seite 112]
20.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 112]
20.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 114]
20.2.1 - Objectives for the Analyzed Area [Seite 114]
20.2.2 - Constraints for the Analyzed Area [Seite 114]
20.2.3 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 115]
20.2.4 - Certification Requirements [Seite 115]
20.2.5 - Methods for Developing the Plan [Seite 116]
20.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 118]
20.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 119]
20.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 119]
20.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 120]
20.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 120]
20.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 120]
20.4.5 - Other Interesting Issues Related to the Plan [Seite 121]
20.5 - References [Seite 121]
21 - Chapter 13. Molinillos Private Forest Estate, Durango, Mexico [Seite 122]
21.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 122]
21.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 124]
21.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 128]
21.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 128]
21.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 129]
21.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 129]
21.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 129]
21.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 129]
21.4.5 - Other Relevant Issues Related to the Plan [Seite 130]
21.4.6 - Acknowledgments [Seite 130]
21.5 - References [Seite 130]
22 - Chapter 14. Ross Forests, Tennessee, United States of America [Seite 132]
22.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 132]
22.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 133]
22.2.1 - Forest Management Program [Seite 134]
22.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 140]
22.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 140]
22.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 140]
22.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 142]
22.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 142]
22.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 142]
22.5 - References [Seite 143]
23 - Chapter 15. Willow Break LLC, Mississippi, United States of America [Seite 144]
23.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 144]
23.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 147]
23.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 147]
23.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 150]
23.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 152]
23.4.1 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 152]
23.4.2 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 152]
23.4.3 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 152]
23.5 - References [Seite 153]
24 - Chapter 16. Blue Ridge Parkway, Virginia and North Carolina, United States of America [Seite 154]
24.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 154]
24.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 156]
24.2.1 - Identification of the Preferred Alternative and Analysis of Impacts [Seite 159]
24.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 160]
24.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 161]
24.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 161]
24.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 162]
24.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 162]
24.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 162]
24.4.5 - Other Interesting Issues Related to the Plan [Seite 162]
24.5 - Additional Reading and Resources [Seite 163]
24.6 - References [Seite 163]
25 - Chapter 17. Chesapeake Forest Lands, Maryland, United States of America [Seite 164]
25.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 164]
25.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 166]
25.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 167]
25.2.2 - Forest Types and Current Silvicultural Practices [Seite 168]
25.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 170]
25.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 171]
25.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 171]
25.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 171]
25.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 172]
25.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 172]
25.5 - Additional Reading and Resources [Seite 173]
25.6 - References [Seite 173]
26 - Chapter 18. Durango State University Forest Las Bayas, Durango, Mexico [Seite 174]
26.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 174]
26.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 175]
26.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 176]
26.2.2 - Data Development and Analysis [Seite 177]
26.2.3 - Silvicultural Strategies [Seite 178]
26.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 179]
26.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 180]
26.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 180]
26.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 180]
26.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 181]
26.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 181]
26.4.5 - Other Interesting Issues Related to the Plan [Seite 181]
26.5 - References [Seite 182]
27 - Chapter 19. Garcia River Forest, California, United States of America [Seite 184]
27.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 184]
27.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 187]
27.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 187]
27.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 189]
27.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 190]
27.4.1 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 191]
27.5 - Additional Reading and Resources [Seite 192]
27.6 - References [Seite 192]
28 - Chapter 20. Indigenous Community of Nuevo San Juan Parangaricutiro, Michoacán, Mexico [Seite 194]
28.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 194]
28.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 196]
28.2.1 - Plan Development Process [Seite 197]
28.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 198]
28.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 199]
28.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 199]
28.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 199]
28.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 199]
28.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 200]
28.4.5 - Acknowledgements [Seite 200]
28.5 - References [Seite 200]
29 - Chapter 21. Jackson Demonstration State Forest, California, United States of America [Seite 202]
29.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 202]
29.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 204]
29.2.1 - Management Objectives [Seite 204]
29.2.2 - Constraints and Opportunities for the Planning Area [Seite 205]
29.2.3 - Plan Development Methods [Seite 207]
29.2.4 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 208]
29.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 208]
29.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 211]
29.4.1 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 211]
29.4.2 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 211]
29.4.3 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 211]
29.5 - Additional Reading and Resources [Seite 212]
29.6 - References [Seite 212]
30 - Chapter 22. Mission Municipal Forest, British Columbia, Canada [Seite 214]
30.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 214]
30.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 216]
30.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 218]
30.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 219]
30.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 219]
30.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 219]
30.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 220]
30.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 220]
30.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 221]
30.5 - Additional Reading and Resources [Seite 221]
30.6 - References [Seite 222]
31 - Chapter 23. San Pedro El Alto Community Forest, Oaxaca, Mexico [Seite 224]
31.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 224]
31.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 227]
31.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 228]
31.2.2 - Community Organization [Seite 229]
31.2.3 - Decision Support System [Seite 229]
31.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 230]
31.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 231]
31.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 231]
31.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 231]
31.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 231]
31.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 232]
31.4.5 - Other Interesting Aspects of the Plan [Seite 232]
31.5 - References [Seite 232]
32 - Chapter 24. Sand Hills State Forest, South Carolina, United States of America [Seite 234]
32.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 234]
32.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 237]
32.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 237]
32.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 238]
32.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 239]
32.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 239]
32.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 239]
32.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 239]
32.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 239]
32.4.5 - References [Seite 240]
33 - Chapter 25. Sessoms Timber Trust, Georgia, United States of America [Seite 242]
33.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 242]
33.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 245]
33.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 246]
33.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 247]
33.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 247]
33.4.1 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 248]
33.4.2 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 248]
33.4.3 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 248]
33.4.4 - References [Seite 248]
34 - Chapter 26. South Willapa Bay Conservation Area, Washington, United States of America [Seite 250]
34.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 250]
34.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 252]
34.2.1 - Constraints for the Analyzed Area [Seite 253]
34.2.2 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 253]
34.2.3 - Plan Development Methods [Seite 254]
34.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 256]
34.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 256]
34.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 256]
34.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 257]
34.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 257]
34.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 257]
34.5 - References [Seite 258]
35 - Chapter 27. Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge, New Hampshire, United States of America [Seite 260]
35.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 260]
35.2 - Planning Environment or Methodology [Seite 262]
35.2.1 - Management Units and Management Zones [Seite 262]
35.2.2 - Desired Forest Conditions [Seite 263]
35.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 264]
35.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 266]
35.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 267]
35.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 267]
35.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 267]
35.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 267]
35.4.5 - Other Interesting Issues Related to the Plan [Seite 268]
35.4.6 - References [Seite 268]
36 - Chapter 28. Weaverville Community Forest, California, United States of America [Seite 270]
36.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 270]
36.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 271]
36.2.1 - Stewardship Contracting [Seite 273]
36.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 276]
36.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 277]
36.4.1 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 277]
36.4.2 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 277]
36.4.3 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 277]
36.4.4 - Learning and Insights [Seite 278]
36.5 - References [Seite 278]
37 - Chapter 29. Yale School Forests, New England, United States of America [Seite 280]
37.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 280]
37.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 282]
37.2.1 - Plan Development Methods and Constraints [Seite 285]
37.2.2 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 286]
37.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 287]
37.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 287]
37.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 287]
37.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 287]
37.4.3 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 288]
37.5 - References [Seite 288]
38 - Chapter 30. Bayfield County Forest, Wisconsin, United States of America [Seite 290]
38.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 290]
38.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 292]
38.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 292]
38.2.2 - Methodology of Planning Process [Seite 293]
38.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 296]
38.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 297]
38.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 298]
38.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 298]
38.4.3 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 298]
38.4.4 - Other Interesting Issues Related to the Plan [Seite 299]
38.5 - Additional Reading and Resources [Seite 299]
38.6 - References [Seite 300]
39 - Chapter 31. Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest, Georgia, United States of America [Seite 302]
39.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 302]
39.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 303]
39.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 304]
39.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 306]
39.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 307]
39.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 307]
39.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 307]
39.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 308]
39.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 308]
39.4.5 - Other Interesting Issues Related to the Plan [Seite 308]
39.5 - Additional Reading and Resources [Seite 308]
39.6 - References [Seite 309]
40 - Chapter 32. City of San Francisco, California, United States of America [Seite 310]
40.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 310]
40.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 312]
40.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 315]
40.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 315]
40.4.1 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 316]
40.4.2 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 316]
40.4.3 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 316]
40.4.4 - Other Interesting Issues Related to the Plan [Seite 316]
40.5 - Additional Reading and Resources [Seite 316]
40.6 - References [Seite 317]
41 - Chapter 33. Forest Management Unit 13 - Forest Management License (FMU) 3, Manitoba, Canada [Seite 318]
41.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 318]
41.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 320]
41.2.1 - Strategic Planning Model [Seite 323]
41.2.2 - Tactical Planning Model [Seite 324]
41.2.3 - Implementation of Goals and Objectives [Seite 325]
41.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 326]
41.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 327]
41.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 327]
41.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 327]
41.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 327]
41.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 327]
41.5 - References [Seite 327]
42 - Chapter 34. Fort Wainwright, Alaska, United States of America [Seite 328]
42.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 328]
42.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 331]
42.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 331]
42.2.2 - Silvicultural Activities Considered [Seite 332]
42.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 332]
42.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 333]
42.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 333]
42.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 333]
42.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 334]
42.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 334]
42.4.5 - Other Interesting Issues Related to the Plan [Seite 334]
42.5 - References [Seite 335]
43 - Chapter 35. Green Diamond Resource Company, California, United States of America [Seite 336]
43.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 336]
43.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 337]
43.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 337]
43.2.2 - Planning Process and Silvicultural Direction [Seite 339]
43.2.3 - Planning System [Seite 341]
43.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 342]
43.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 342]
43.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 342]
43.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 343]
43.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 343]
43.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 343]
43.5 - References [Seite 344]
44 - Chapter 36. Northwest Oregon State Forests, United States of America [Seite 346]
44.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 346]
44.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 349]
44.2.1 - Constraints and Opportunities for the Planning Area [Seite 349]
44.2.2 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 350]
44.2.3 - NW FMP Development Methods [Seite 351]
44.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 352]
44.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 353]
44.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 354]
44.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 354]
44.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 355]
44.4.4 - Plan Implementing Challenges [Seite 356]
44.5 - References [Seite 357]
45 - Chapter 37. Revelstoke Community Forest - Tree Farm License (TFL) 56, British Columbia, Canada [Seite 358]
45.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 358]
45.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 361]
45.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 361]
45.2.2 - Management Plan Development [Seite 362]
45.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 363]
45.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 364]
45.4.1 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 364]
45.4.2 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 364]
45.4.3 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 364]
45.5 - Additional Reading and Resources [Seite 365]
45.6 - References [Seite 365]
46 - Chapter 38. South Puget Planning Unit, Washington, United States of America [Seite 366]
46.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 366]
46.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 368]
46.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 368]
46.2.2 - Objectives for the Analyzed Area [Seite 368]
46.2.3 - Plan Development Methods [Seite 369]
46.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 370]
46.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 372]
46.4.1 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 372]
46.4.2 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 373]
46.4.3 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 373]
46.4.4 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 373]
46.5 - References [Seite 373]
47 - Chapter 39. Weyerhaeuser, North Carolina, United States of America [Seite 376]
47.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 376]
47.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 378]
47.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 379]
47.2.2 - Modeling Process [Seite 380]
47.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 381]
47.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 382]
47.4.1 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 382]
47.4.2 - Acknowledgments [Seite 382]
47.5 - References [Seite 382]
48 - Chapter 40. Yakama Reservation, Washington, United States of America [Seite 384]
48.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 384]
48.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 386]
48.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 387]
48.2.2 - Planning Process [Seite 387]
48.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 389]
48.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 390]
48.4.1 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 390]
48.4.2 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 390]
48.5 - References [Seite 391]
49 - Chapter 41. French-Severn Forest, Ontario, Canada [Seite 392]
49.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 392]
49.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 394]
49.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 394]
49.2.2 - Process for the Protection and Maintenance of Social and Environmental Values [Seite 395]
49.2.3 - Public Consultation Process [Seite 396]
49.2.4 - Strategic Modeling Process [Seite 397]
49.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 399]
49.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 399]
49.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 400]
49.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 400]
49.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 400]
49.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 400]
49.5 - Additional Reading and Resources [Seite 400]
49.6 - References [Seite 400]
50 - Chapter 42. Martel Forest, Ontario, Canada [Seite 402]
50.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 402]
50.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 405]
50.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 405]
50.2.2 - Strategic Modeling Approach [Seite 407]
50.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 409]
50.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 410]
50.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 410]
50.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 410]
50.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 410]
50.5 - Additional Reading and Resources [Seite 411]
50.6 - References [Seite 411]
51 - Chapter 43. Prince Albert Forest Management Agreement (FMA), Saskatchewan, Canada [Seite 412]
51.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 412]
51.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 415]
51.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 417]
51.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 418]
51.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 418]
51.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 418]
51.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 418]
51.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 419]
51.5 - Additional Reading and Resources [Seite 419]
51.6 - References [Seite 419]
52 - Chapter 44. Rayonier, Inc., Southern United States of America [Seite 420]
52.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 420]
52.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 421]
52.2.1 - Harvest Scheduling System [Seite 421]
52.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 426]
52.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 426]
52.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 426]
52.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 427]
52.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 427]
52.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 427]
52.5 - References [Seite 427]
53 - Chapter 45. San Juan National Forest, Colorado, United States of America [Seite 428]
53.1 - Management Setting or Background [Seite 428]
53.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 430]
53.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 431]
53.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 432]
53.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 434]
53.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 434]
53.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 435]
53.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 435]
53.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 435]
53.5 - Additional Reading and Resources [Seite 435]
53.6 - References [Seite 436]
54 - Chapter 46. Tongass National Forest, Alaska, United States of America [Seite 438]
54.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 438]
54.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 439]
54.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 440]
54.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 443]
54.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 444]
54.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 444]
54.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 444]
54.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 445]
54.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 445]
54.4.5 - Other Interesting Issues Related to the Plan [Seite 445]
54.4.6 - References [Seite 446]
55 - Chapter 47. Western Oregon Districts, Bureau of Land Management, United States of America [Seite 448]
55.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 448]
55.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 451]
55.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 452]
55.2.2 - Planning, Decision, and Analysis Area [Seite 452]
55.2.3 - Vision, Goals, and Objectives [Seite 453]
55.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 454]
55.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 454]
55.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 455]
55.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 455]
55.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 455]
55.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 456]
55.4.5 - Other Interesting Aspects of the Plan [Seite 456]
55.5 - References [Seite 457]
56 - Chapter 48. Whitefeather Forest, Ontario, Canada [Seite 458]
56.1 - Management Setting and Background [Seite 458]
56.2 - Planning Environment and Methodology [Seite 461]
56.2.1 - Guiding Laws, Regulations, and Policies [Seite 461]
56.2.2 - Plan Development Process [Seite 462]
56.3 - Outcomes of the Plan [Seite 464]
56.4 - Discussion and Conclusions [Seite 465]
56.4.1 - Learnings and Insights [Seite 465]
56.4.2 - Sustainability Issues [Seite 466]
56.4.3 - Plan Development Challenges [Seite 466]
56.4.4 - Plan Implementation Challenges [Seite 466]
56.5 - Additional Reading and Resources [Seite 466]
56.6 - References [Seite 466]
57 - Chapter 49. Synopsis of Forest Management Plans of North America [Seite 468]
57.1 - Ownership Entities [Seite 468]
57.2 - The Range in Management Objectives [Seite 469]
57.3 - Planning Methods Used to Prepare the Plans [Seite 470]
57.4 - Sustainability Issues that Have Arisen from the Plans [Seite 471]
57.5 - Lesson Learned from the Plans [Seite 472]
57.6 - Regulatory Compliance [Seite 472]
57.7 - Conclusion [Seite 473]
58 - Index [Seite 474]

Contributors


Mark S. Andre     City of Arcata, Arcata, California, USA

Steve Andringa     Yakama Nation Forestry, Toppenish, Washington, USA

Mark S. Ashton     Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, New Haven, Connecticut, USA

Jeff Barkley     Wisconsin County Forests Association, Rhinelander, Wisconsin, USA

Alex L. Barrett     Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, New Haven, Connecticut, USA

Greg Bentley     Campbell Global, Forest and Natural Resources Investments, Mississippi, USA

Pete Bettinger     Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, USA

Bud Bigelow     Weyerhaeuser Company, Timberlands Strategic Planning, Federal Way, Washington, USA

Gerardo Bocco     Centro de Investigaciones en Geografía Ambiental, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Morelia, Michoacán, Mexico

Jason Bodine     Bayfield County Forestry and Parks Department, Washburn, Wisconsin, USA

Kevin Bollefer     Revelstoke Community Forest Corporation, Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada

Kevin Boston     Department of Forest Engineering, Resources and Management, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, USA

Javier L. Bretado-Velázquez     Universidad Juárez del Estado de Durango, Durango, Mexico

Angus Brodie     Washington Department of Natural Resources, Olympia, Washington, USA

Cam Brown     Forsite Consultants Ltd., Salmon Arm, British Columbia, Canada

Paul Casey     Northern Forest Land Management Research and Demonstration Program, Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge, Errol, New Hampshire, USA

Juan Manuel Cassian-Santos     Col. Periferia, Durango, Mexico

Cathy Chauvin     Washington Department of Natural Resources, Olympia, Washington, USA

Chris Cieszewski     Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, USA

J. Javier Corral-Rivas     Instituto de Silvicultura e Industria de la Madera, Universidad Juárez del Estado de Durango, Durango, Mexico

Alex Cousins     Trinity County Resource Conservation District, Weaverville, California, USA

Kristofer Covey     Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, New Haven, Connecticut, USA

Kevin Crowe     Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada

Tamara L. Cushing     Department of Forest Engineering, Resources and Management, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, USA

Scott Danskin     South Carolina Forestry Commission, Wedgefield, South Carolina, USA

Barry Davidson     Westwind Forest Stewardship Inc., Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada

Adam Davis     DPW Environmental Division, Fort Wainwright, Alaska, USA

Liane Davis     The Nature Conservancy, Astoria, Oregon, USA

Brian Davis     Sand Hills State Forest, South Carolina Forestry Commission, Patrick, South Carolina, USA

Héctor M. de los Santos-Posadas     Colegio de Postgraduados, Postgrado en Ciencias Forestales, Montecillo, Estado de México, Mexico

Mehmet Demirci     Forest Management and Planning Department, General Directorate of Forestry, Ministry of Forest and Water Affairs, Ankara, Turkey

Duane Dippon     Bureau of Land Management, Department of the Interior, Washington, District of Columbia, USA

Ian Drew     Northern Forest Land Management Research and Demonstration Program, Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge, Errol, New Hampshire, USA

Marlyse C. Duguid     Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, New Haven, Connecticut, USA

Helge Eng     California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, Sacramento, California, USA

Robert A. Ewing     Weyerhaeuser Company, Timberlands Strategic Planning, Federal Way, Washington, USA

Peter Farrell     New England Forestry Consultants, Inc., Alton, New Hampshire, USA

Sean Flint     Northern Forest Land Management Research and Demonstration Program, Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge, Errol, New Hampshire, USA

David Foster     Harvard Forest, Harvard University, Petersham, Massachusetts, USA

Patrick Frost     Shasta College-Trinity Campus, Weaverville, California, USA

Felipe Aguilar Gómez     Comunidad Indígena de Nuevo San Juan Parangaricutiro, Municipio de Nuevo San Juan, Nuevo San Juan Parangaricutiro, Michoacán, Mexico

Donald L. Grebner     Department of Forestry, Mississippi State, Mississippi, USA

Oliver Grimm     Pike Lumber Company, Akron, Indiana, USA

Anne Hairston-Strang     Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Forest Service, Annapolis, Maryland, USA

Jim Hawkins     Green Diamond Resource Company, Korbel, California, USA

Kirsten Held     Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Madison, Wisconsin, USA

J. Ciro Hernández-Díaz     Instituto de Silvicultura e Industria de la Madera, Universidad Juárez del Estado de Durango, Durango, Mexico

Chris Hoffman     Ashland County Forestry Department, Butternut, Wisconsin, USA

William Hunter     U.S. Marine Corps, Hampstead, North Carolina, USA

Bob Izlar     Center for Forest Business, Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, USA

Gary W. Johnson     Blue Ridge Parkway, Asheville, North Carolina, USA

Kenneth Jolly     Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Forest Service, Annapolis, Maryland, USA

Steven W. Kallesser     Gracie & Harrigan Consulting Foresters, Inc., Far Hills, New Jersey, USA

Scott Kelly     North Coast Forest Conservation Program, The Conservation Fund, Caspar, California, USA

Robert Keron     Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Forests Branch, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada

Anna M. Klepacka     Department of Production Management and Engineering, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Warsaw, Poland

Dave Knight     Sakâw Askiy Management Inc., Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada

Steven Koehn     USDA Forest Service, Washington, District of Columbia, USA

Tom Kollasch     The Nature Conservancy, Astoria, Oregon, USA

Jeremy Koslowski     Polk County Forestry Department, Balsam Lake, Wisconsin, USA

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