Financial Incentive Programs Support Shortleaf Pine Restoration

Tim Albritton, State Staff Forester, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Alabama

Business, Finance, and Economics, Environmental Management, Forest Management, Policy and Administration, Taxation, and Regeneration

1503_SLPFactSheet-Financial.pdf — PDF document, 990Kb

Many federal and state governments offer financial incentive programs for forest landowners. Several of these programs provide cost-sharing payments that reimburse landowners for management activities. Other programs provide tax incentives, tax credits, and deductions for reforestation. Landowners who want to plant shortleaf pine are able to do so with financial help from Farm Bill Programs.

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