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11.24.2009

The overall purpose of the guidebook is to inform private forest landowners about certification, to help them decide if it is a path worth pursuing, and to highlight the steps and considerations involved in the process of becoming certified.

11.24.2009

Close to 500 participants from over 80 countries attended the recent World Congress on Agroforestry in Orlando, Florida.

11.24.2009

FINAL CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

11.24.2009

Ninth North American Agroforestry Conference -- 2005 "Moving Agroforestry into the Mainstream"

11.24.2009

Two videos on estate planning are available from the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, Auburn University, on CD format. The contents of the videos are listed below.

11.24.2009

CSREES advances knowledge for agriculture, the environment, human health and well-being, and communities through national program leadership and federal assistance. Their new and improved website can be found at www.csrees.usda.gov.

11.24.2009

Two programs available for educational activities

11.24.2009

Small Woodland Owners Association of Maine (SWOAM) has been certified under a new group certification program developed by ATFS.

11.24.2009

Washington, D.C. On November 14, the Association of Consulting Foresters of America, Inc. was joined by the Forest Landowners Tax Council to sponsor a seminar for congressional staff entitled, the "Forest Tax Impact on Non-Industrial Forestland Owners."

11.24.2009

This course will present a practical, applied view of the elements involved in meeting present and evolving requirements for achieving sustainable forest management (SFM) and forest certification in the Southeast.

11.24.2009

Woody biomass is the material from trees and woody plants, including limbs, tops, needles, leaves, and other woody parts, grown in a forest, woodland, farm, rangeland, or wildland urban interface environment, that are the by-products of forest management, ecosystem restoration, or hazardous fuel reduction treatments. Woody biomass utilization (WBU) is the harvest, sale, offer, trade, and/or use of woody biomass to produce the full range of wood products.

 
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