2 edition of Conservation and development of nontimber forest products in the Pacific Northwest found in the catalog.
Conservation and development of nontimber forest products in the Pacific Northwest
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in Portland, Or. (333 S.W. 1st Ave., P.O. Box 3890, Portland 97208-3890)
Written in English
|Statement||Bettina von Hagen ... [et al.], compilers.|
|Series||General technical report PNW ;, GTR-375, General technical report PNW ;, 375.|
|Contributions||Von Hagen, Bettina.|
|LC Classifications||Z5991 .C78 1996, SD543.U .C78 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||246 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||246|
|LC Control Number||97149794|
The challenge of managing forests for the production of commercial non-timber forest products (NTFPs) lies in promoting economic development by maintaining and even increasing production while simultaneously maintaining or improving ecological conditions. The discussion of forest management therefore encompasses a wide range of social, economic, political, and Cited by: 9. Implications of Nontimber Forest Product Harvest for Ecological Systems Sustainable Harvest of Key Nontimber Forest Product Species American Ginseng Common Beargrass Black cohosh Echinacea Goldenseal Osha Pinyon Pine Saw Palmetto Effects of Climate Change on Nontimber Forest Products 3.
We have identified cultural uses of non-timber forest products (NTFPs) in the Sts'ailes, a group within the central Coast Salish First Nation in British Columbia, Canada. The non-timber forest products are culturally important and often accessible to local by: 8. In the Pacific Northwest, the Forest Service found the public concern over elk protection superseded demand for timber production. It involved a lengthy battle with the Park Service over the management of Mt. Olympus National Monument, which was established in to protect the Roosevelt elk (named after Teddy Roosevelt).
Many of the materials are specific to the Pacific Northwest, but some great general information is included as well. Some examples are birch bark extracts, seed collection and vines for wreaths. Browsing through this page is great for stimulating ideas and sparking your imagination about unique products your land provides freely. Book Description. Products from the wild, also known as non-timber forest products (NTFPs), are used as medicines, foods, spices, and a multitude of other purposes. They contribute substantially to rural livelihoods, generate revenue for companies and governments, and have a range of impacts on biodiversity conservation.
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Conservation and development of nontimber forest products in the Pacific Northwest. 1 online resource ( p.) (OCoLC) Microfiche: Conservation and development of nontimber forest products in the Pacific Northwest.
3 microfiches (OCoLC) Online version: Conservation and development of nontimber forest products in the Pacific. Get this from a library. Opportunities for conservation-based development of nontimber forest products in the Pacific Northwest. [Bettina Von Hagen; Roger D Fight; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)] -- Declines in timber harvests on public lands and new market opportunities have rekindled an interest in nontimber forest products.
"An exceptional, encyclopedic volume The book examines much more than nontimber forest products, qua products. It also investigates the people, places, and processes shaping the fate of forest environments from which such products are harvested.
In this respect, the book fulfills a timely, even urgent missionFormat: Paperback. The Pacific Northwest is the main source of commercially harvested forest moss in North America, but management guidelines have only included this nontimber forest product for. Rebecca McLain currently works as the Research Program Director for the National Policy Consensus Center, Portland State University, and also.
Forest densification, wildfires, and disease can reduce the growth and survival of hardwood trees that are important for biological and cultural diversity within the Pacific Northwest of USA.
Large, full-crowned hardwoods that produce fruit and that form large cavities used by wildlife were sustained by frequent, low-severity fires prior to Euro-American by: 3. “An exceptional, encyclopedic volume The book examines much more than nontimber forest products, qua products.
It also investigates the people, places, and processes shaping the fate of forest environments from which such products are harvested. In this respect, the book fulfills a timely, even urgent mission.
14 Conservation and Development of Nontimber Forest Products in the Pacific Northwest: An Annotated Bibliography, compiled by Bettina von Hagen, James F. Wiegand, Rebecca McLain, Roger Fight, and Harriet H.
Christensen, US Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR, General Technical Report PNW-GTR. GTR () Opportunities for conservation-based development of nontimber forest products in the Pacific Northwest by B. von Hagen and R.D. Fight GTR () Trends in key economic and social indicators for Pacific Northwest States and counties by T.L.
Raettig. In People, Forests, and Change: Lessons from the Pacific Northwest, editors Deanna H. Olson and Beatrice Van Horne have assembled an expert panel of social and forest scientists to consider the nature of forests in flux and how to best balance the needs of forests and the rural communities closely tied to them.
The book considers the temperate Pages: Resources are listed alphabetically by topic, including websites, publications, and videos, on over 40 different topics.
Tip: use your browser’s “find” or “search” function to search for a keyword of interest. Three Key Resources: Washington State Consulting Forester and. Opportunities for conservation-based development of nontimber forest products in the Pacific Northwest.
General Technical Report PNW-GTR Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 18 p. Google ScholarCited by: 6. Old-growth forest in the Pacific Northwest: hearing before the Subcommittee on Public Lands and Forests of the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, United States Senate, One Hundred Tenth Congress, second session, to receive testimony regarding old-growth forest science, policy and management in the Pacific Northwest, Ma Non-traditional forest products directory.
Renewable Resource Solutions, LLC and Glacierland Resource Conservation & Development Council, Inc. Oregon Forest Industry Directory - This regional web-based directory lists buyers and sellers of forest products and has an extensive section devoted to nontimber forest products.
Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. This guide is a collection of information about economically important vascular and nonvascular plants and fungi found in the Pacific Northwest that furnish special forest products. Many of these plants and fungi are also found in Alaska, northern Idaho, and western Montana.
Conservation and Development of Nontimber Forest Products in the Pacific Northwest: An Annotated Bibliography – US Forest Service PNW-GTR – Creating with Cattails, Cones and Pods – Dot Aldrich – Hearthside publishing Dancing with an Elephant – Proceedings: The Business and Science of Special Forest Products –.
Opportunities for conservation-based development of nontimber forest products in the Pacific Northwest • This paper describes and analyzes the contribution of the nontimber forest product industries in the PacificFile Size: KB.
From Prairies to Peaks: A History of the Rocky Mountain Region of the U.S. Forest Service, Title: Container Tree Nursery Manual, V. 7: Seedling Processing, Storage, and Outplanting. Nontimber forest products and biodiversity management in the Pacific Northwest.
Forest Ecology and Management, 29– Non-timber forest product harvesting in the Pacific Northwest is neither a new activity nor a disappearing relic of the pre-industrial era.
Although emphasis may have shifted from subsistence to commercial and. sustainable Amazon products mentioned in the book. The book contributes to the international marketing of sustainable products from the Amazon and thus to forest conservation, poverty alleviation and the growth of a sustainable forest economy in the region.
It is a valuable source of information on sustainable forest management practised within. Von Hagen B, Weigan JF, McLain R () Conservation and development of non-timber forest products in the Pacific Northwest: an annotated bibliography. General Technical Report PNW-GTR USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR, p Google ScholarCited by: 1.Integrating traditional and local ecological knowledge into forest biodiversity conservation in the Pacific Northwest.
Author links open overlay panel Susan Charnley a A. Paige Fischer b Eric T. Jones c. over species of nontimber forest products are known to be harvested on private and public lands in the region (Alexander and Fight, Cited by: Nontimber Forest Product Resources for Small Forestland Owners and Businesses.
The purpose of this website is to provide information and tools to help advance commercial development of nontimber forest products (NTFPs) on small forestlands in the United States. For the purposes of this website, NTFPs are defined as all wild, wild-simulated, and.