Ecosystem Management: Capturing the Concept for Woodland Owners
Abstract:How nonindustrial private forests are managed is crucial in ecosystems where NIPF ownen control most of the land, but ecosystem management is complex. A survey of landowners indicates, however, that most are already predisposed to its basic principles: they understand that their actions affect land elsewhere, they value the components of the landscape, and they want to leave a healthy forest for the next generation. Framing ecosystem-based approaches within those three areas may help foresters work with NIPF owners.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Professor, Department of Resource Economics, University of Massachusetts
Publication date: April 1, 1998
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