The book that set a new standard in the understanding of how forest management practices influence biological diversity in Maine's managed forest. This landmark work details voluntary forestry practices for forestlands that are actively managed for timber and other products. Includes broad, landscape-level considerations absent from most previously published guidelines. Intended for use by foresters, biologists, loggers, forestland owners and managers, educators, and land-use planners. Includes extensive appendices chock full of valuable data. 2nd edition. 166 pages. © 2008 by University of Maine Cooperative Extension.
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