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1983-1993 Forest Land Management Program summary

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        StatementThe Dept.
        PublishersThe Dept.
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        LC Classifications1982
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        Paginationxvi, 127 p. :
        Number of Pages46
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        ISBN 10nodata
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The Bioregional Assessment will also help support a corporate approach that groups national forests into plan revision cohorts based on shared management issues, while also taking into consideration where plan updates are most urgent.

It was enacted in 1985 and replaced the Woodland Tax Law and the. Click on a document title to download the PDF file. Below are the documents associated with revising the land management plans for the Sequoia and Sierra National Forests. New MFL applicants and landowners transferring into the program must. To contact the Qualified Forest Program, please call 517-284-5630 or email us at. The listening sessions gathered public feedback early in the process to enable the Forest Service to incorporate feedback in its initial plan revision strategy.

The 1994 Northwest Forest Plan NWFP amended the land management plans of national forests in the range of the northern spotted owl.

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The Bioregional Assessment addresses the divergence between existing management direction and what is needed on the landscape and in communities that we serve. The management plan addresses items such as landowner objectives, timber management, wildlife management and water quality. If the new owners do not apply, the department does not include them or their land in the limited oversight that does occur.

These changes are critical to more effectively address fire suppression and fuels management in our neighboring communities and to better ensure the sustainability of forest products, forest resilience, and community resilience.