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AMC's Sustainable Forestry in the Maine Woods
 
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http://www.outdoors.org/conservation/wherewework/maine/mwi-sustainable-forestry.cfm As part of its Maine Woods Initiative, the Appalachian Mountain Club is pursuing a long-term forest management plan designed to protect ecological, scenic, and aesthetic resources; increase the overall maturity of the forests on its property; and promote the growth of high-quality saw timber while providing jobs for local logging crews and supplying local mills. Learn more in this tour with AMC forest ecologist Dave Publicover.
Part 3 – “PLANNING FOR YOUR WOODS”
 
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Family woodland owners in the Baldwin Maine area explain how they work with professional foresters to make plans for their woods.
Poliquin refuses to answer question about his forest management plan
 
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At the Town Hall meeting held on 23 February 2012, Maine Treasurer Bruce Poliquin was asked if he would make public the forest management plan that covers 10 acres of his estate. Poliquin has placed those 10 acres under Maine's Tree Growth tax reduction program, meant to help large landowners to keep their acreage in timber harvesting. Poliquin's estate was cited by the Maine Forest Service as an example of abuse of the system: http://www.dirigoblue.com/2012/02/state-treasurer-poliquin-avoids-tens-of-thousands-of-dollars-in-property-tax/ An important note: the State Treasurer is elected by the Maine Legislature, and does NOT serve at the pleasure of the Governor. Any talk by Gov. LePage about hiring or firing of the State Treasurer is meaningless.
Views: 295 Dirigo Blue
JDI Outcome Based Forestry in Maine
 
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Outcome Based Forestry (OBF) is the we manage the 1,255,000 acres that we own in Northern Maine. This sustainable forest management aligns with the criteria and objectives outlined within the Maine Forest Service’s (MFS) Outcome Based Forestry (OBF) law. OBF requires that our operations be implemented in a manner that is ecologically sustainable, economically viable and socially responsible; while achieving our objectives and iss the only system in that requires economic, social and environmental assessment. Our OBF agreement obligates us to maintain independent third party forest audits and certifications. Today, our Woodlands are certified to meet the standards of the Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC® C041515) and the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) forest certification systems. Under this agreement the FSC US Forest Management standards have been aligned (with additional indicators) with all federal and state laws.
Views: 831 jdirvingcompany
Forestry: "Investing in, and profiting from, Sustainable Forestry".
 
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The second in a series of short web videos aimed at landowners who want to manage their woodlots. This video examines how landowners can profit from a forest management plan and work with a registered forester to create and cultivate a healthy woodlot for hunting, recreation and other uses. For more information on using a Forester go to http://michigansaf.org/
Views: 9100 great lakes DV
Tide Mill Enterprises - Managing the Forest of Tomorrow, Today
 
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Tide Mill Enterprises is a family-owned and operated forestry management company. The Bell family has lived on Tide Mill Farm in Edmunds, Maine since 1765. Their company, Tide Mill Enterprises, has a wealth of knowledge of forestry management practices and techniques, and the state-of-the-art cut-to-length logging equipment to manage Maine forests sustainably and responsibly. http://www.tidemilllenterprises.com
Views: 5781 TideMillEnterprises
AMC's Sustainable Forestry in the Maine Woods
 
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As part of its Maine Woods Initiative, the Appalachian Mountain Club is pursuing a long-term forest management plan designed to protect ecological, scenic, and aesthetic resources; increase the overall maturity of the forests on its property; and promote the growth of high-quality saw timber while providing jobs for local logging crews and supplying local mills. Learn more in this tour with AMC forest ecologist Dave Publicover.
Views: 109 Two Sides Campaign
A Forester's Opinion: An Introduction to Forestry & the Weyerhaeuser Forest Reserve
 
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Ron Munro, a professional forester, shares his knowledge of forestry and his opinions about the Weyerhaeuser Forest Reserve. A great introduction for people with very little knowledge or experience in forestry and forest managment .
Views: 6842 WYForestReserve
Pike Lumber Forestry Management
 
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Who We Are Pike Lumber Company is northern Indiana's leader in forestland management. With over 20 college trained foresters, we employ more professional foresters than any other private company in the state of Indiana. We have timber buyers located throughout the state of Indiana; Akron, Auburn, Batesville, Carbon and Niles Michigan. What We Do Pike Lumber Company's Timber department provides a full line of forestry services for the private forest land owner. Our professional trained foresters can create and implement a comprehensive forest management plan specifically designed for your forest and your personal objectives for your forest. We can mark timber for harvest and determine what kind of Timber Stand Improvement measure should be implemented. Our logging crews can harvest the timber in a safe manner using "Best Management Practices" (BMPs) designed to protect water quality of forest streams. Finally, we provide ready markets for your timber. One call is all it takes for all your forest management needs.
Views: 2620 PikeLumberVideo
Forestry Program
 
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Natural Resources Careers Conference
Views: 1468 AlleganyCollege
Getting Started with Forest Management: Recreation
 
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Video provided by KnowYourForest.org and Oregon Tree Farm System.
Views: 68 KnowYourForest
Forestry Assistance Program
 
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The Michigan Forestry Assistance Program is working to help private landowners better manage, protect and utilize their forest resource. Copyright Thunder Bay Broadcasting 2014
Views: 119 WBKBTV
How to Improve Deer Habitat - Timber Harvest Results & Tips
 
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Last year I decided to take the next step in my deer habitat improvement projects and had 34 acres of my timber harvested. This video shows those timber harvest results after 1 year. I was looking for ways on how to increase deer cover on my property. I've had other habitat improvement projects such as food plots, but on 1/2 my property, I was just missing enough cover for the deer. That is why I decided to have my timber harvested. My forest consisted of a mix of maple, oak, aspen (poplar), pine, cedar, and dead ash trees. My harvest was to remove most if not all of the maple, aspen, and dead ash and left the little bit of oaks and pines. Now 1 year after the harvest, the forest regrowth from just a few months time has been amazing! In this video, I also explain the importance of hiring a consulting forester to help manage the timber sale. I did this and it helped to make sure I got a fair price for my timber, helped me with reducing my taxes, and kept an eye on the harvest to make sure the contract was executed properly.
Views: 1467 George LaBarge
What It Takes To Keep Maine's Fisheries Healthy | Video
 
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Maine's Fisheries Improvement Network connects forest landowners and managers with government agencies in order to better implement initiatives that keep fisheries in Maine healthy.
Views: 279 LiveScience
Maine Woods Initiative: Assuring Sustainable Forestry, Recreation and Fun ... Forever
 
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How the Appalachian Mountain Club utilized the New Markets Tax Credit program to acquire major tracts for its Maine Woods Initiative.
Southern Oregon Regional Summit Forest Health, Management & Sustained Timber Supply Panel
 
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Click on "Rogue Workforce Partnership" to access all videos from the Summit. January 2013- Panels of Southern Oregon business and community leaders spoke to four key economic issue areas impacting the Rogue Valley: Transportation, Education Reform and Workforce Alignment, Forest Management and Oregon's Timber Supply, and Healthcare Reform. These regional panel topics were selected from the Oregon Business Plan's larger array of statewide initiatives that are focused on creating jobs and raising incomes in Oregon. The Oregon Business Council, Associated Oregon Industries and the Oregon Business Association are leading this statewide Business Plan effort in partnership with the Governor, elected leaders from both the State and Federal legislature, and in partnership with business and community leaders from across Oregon. These partners convene an annual statewide Leadership Summit in Portland. More on the statewide Summit at http://oregonbusinessplan.org/. The Southern Oregon Regional Summit was co-sponsored by SOREDi, The State of Oregon Regional Solutions Center, the Rogue Workforce Partnership (in partnership with the Job Council) and the Oregon Business Plan.
Tree Farming: "Timber in the Northeast" circa 1946 (Logging for Continuous Production)
 
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more at http://scitech.quickfound.net/environment/environment_news.html Tree farming, as compared to logging, in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Northern New York. NEW VERSION with improved video & sound: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKwWjqy0Zns Public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archive, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and 1-pass exposure & color correction applied (cannot be ideal in all scenes). The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tree_farm A tree farm is a privately owned forest managed for timber production. The term tree farm is also used to refer to plantations and to tree nurseries... American Tree Farm System The American Tree Farm System (ATFS) is the largest and oldest woodland certification system in America. It is internationally recognized by the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification and meets strict third-party certification standards. It is one of three certification systems currently recognized in the United States (the others include the Forest Stewardship Council and the Sustainable Forestry Initiative). ATFS specializes in certifying private forests, primarily those held by individuals and families and currently certifies over 26 million acres (110,000 km²) of forestland. The ATFS Standard for Certification is owned by the American Forest Foundation, a national nonprofit organization focused on environmental education and promoting sustainable stewardship of America's woodlands. History The American Tree Farm System was established in 1941 in an effort to promote forest resources on private land, ensuring plentiful fiber production for timber and paper companies. With declining virgin saw timber available, the industry began to promote forestry practices to ensure sufficient fiber production for the future. Prior to 1941, the majority of fiber came from industrial lands. The first tract of land labeled as a Tree Farm was organized and marketed by Weyerhauser Company to help change public attitudes toward timber production and protect natural resources from fire damage. The title of "tree farm" was chosen in large part because Weyehauser Company felt that the 1940s public understood farming as crop production, and similarly tree farming was focused on producing more timber, with frequent replanting post-harvest. The early sponsors of the tree-farming movement defined it as "privately owned forest-land dedicated to the growing of forest crops for commercial purposes, protected and managed for continuous production of forest products." In the early 1940s the concept of "tree-farming" on private land was promoted by the National Lumber Manufacturers Association in an organized campaign to engage timberland owners in conservative timber production. Throughout its history, ATFS has relied on celebrity Tree Farmers to relay its message to the public. Celebrities include actor Andy Griffith, actress Andie MacDowell, former President Jimmy Carter, and Rolling Stone keyboardist Chuck Leavell. Current Since 1941, the system has shifted to focus on whole stewardship, rather than strictly fiber production. According to the Standards of Certification for ATFS, woodland owners must own 10 or more acres and have a management plan. In that management plan, woodland owners must recognize wildlife habitat, protection of water quality, threatened and endangered species, and sustainable harvest levels. The certification standard is subject to multi-stakeholder involvement in the development and revision of the standard, third-party audits, and a publicly available certification of audit summaries. As a program of the American Forest Foundation (AFF), the American Tree Farm System focuses on the long-term sustainability of America's forests in ecological and economic terms...
Views: 60220 Jeff Quitney
Greenland Brook Forest
 
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For more details: http://view.paradym.com/4065834/prt/30541 Lot 1-11 Bear Road Bradford, ME 04410 $45,000, MLS# 1321667 44.3 acres of forested land. Private and remote with approximately 2,000 feet of frontage on Greenland Brook. This area is know for outstanding wildlife, including bear, deer, turkey, and coyote. Forest management plan developed in 2012. Significant marketable wood, and very healthy forest. Power within several hundred feet of property. Great spot for a camp or year round home, or utilize for hunting or just enjoying nature. Presented By: Deb Henderson Jim St. Laurent Mike Cole, Maine Outdoor Properties Realty of Maine (207) 942-6310 http://www.maineoutdoorproperties.net View My Inventory: http://my.paradym.com/inventory.asp?u=128771
Maine's Tree Growth Tax Law Valuation Process
 
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Maine's Tree Growth Tax Law (TGTL) is a current use property tax program. Current use programs value land according to actual uses, not potential. TGTL values woodland on its ability to grow commercial forest products such as pulpwood and sawtimber. Here is an explanation of the six steps in the valuation process by Kenneth M. Laustsen Biometrician, Maine Forest Service, on January 23, 2017.
Views: 128 rscruggs1000
JDI Talks Sustainable Forestry with CBC
 
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JDI foresters take CBC on a tour of our woodlands in Northern New Brunswick and Maine.
Views: 528 jdirvingcompany
Improving Fish Habitat: a Story of Collaboration with the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe
 
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In order to improve salmon rearing habitat in the upper Dungeness watershed the Forest Service partnered with the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe and others to complete the Dungeness Large Woody Debris project on the forest in October 2016. The team built structures that mimic how the river would naturally create jams, with logs and rocks that tumbledown stream during high flows. The log jams are designed to slow the water's velocity and allow for fine sediment and gravel to settle out which will create better salmon habitat that endangered fish need for building their nests and laying their eggs. The Forest Service is directed by our management plan, to restore and maintain aquatic systems, and the Dungeness Large Wood Project is part of that “restore” component of that management plan. Olympic National Forrest has been collaborating on restoration activities within the Dungeness watershed for decades. The Dungeness is the home watershed of the Jamestown S'Klallam people.
Views: 2257 Forest Service
Sustainable Forestry in AMC's Maine Woods Initiative
 
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http://www.outdoors.org/conservation/wherewework/maine/mwi-sustainable-forestry.cfm Appalachian Mountain Club takes a holistic approach to sustainable forestry in the Maine Woods Initiative project.
Christina Hendricks Promotes Sustainable Forestry and the Montreal Process (60 sec. version)
 
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The Montréal Process Working Group was formed in 1994 as a bold, intergovernmental response to the pressing need for sustainable forest management. Through the Montréal Process, member countries continue to make a voluntary commitment to work alongside each other to further the sustainable management of their forests and to create a pathway for collaboration and capacity building. www.montrealprocess.org
Views: 5017 Forest Service
4020 Capstone Project - Spednic Lake Protected Natural Area Management Plan (2017)
 
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A management plan developed for the Spednic Lake Protected Natural Area by students in the Bachelor of Science in Environment & Natural Resource program at UNB
SOLD | Maine Farm Home, 55 Acres Of Land | 183 Campbell Road New Limerick Maine 04761 MOOERS #8585
 
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http://www.ownmainerealestate.com/farms/183-campbell-road-new-limerick-maine-04761 Maine Farm For Sale, 55 Acres Of Land at 183 Campbell Road New Limerick Maine 04761 USA. Grand Homestead, Could Be Country Inn, B & B Or Just Family Farm! Surveyed, Tree Growth Forestry Management Plan In Place, Big Working Barn With Outdoor Boiler Type Wood Furnace In Place. Open Porches, Screened In Ones Too! Get 6 Bedrooms, 4.5 Baths, Big Pond! Enjoy The Real Estate Property Tour Video On This Maine Farm For Sale! Surveyed Land! Only $189,500 For All This Maine Land! info@mooersrealty.com 207.532.6573 Log On http://www.mooersrealty.com Learn More About Maine's Simple Outdoor Living. Tap The Link http://www.meinmaine.com For Blog Posts Series On Life Here. This Farm For Sale In Northern Maine Has Large Rooms, Standing Seam Roof, Updates Bleneded With Old Charm Of Wainscoting, Bay Windows, Summer Kitchens And In Law Apartment Area. Side Road Quiet Location, Near Lakes, Handy To Houlton Community Golf Course Too! Farms In Maine, MOOERS REALTY Lists, Sells Those!
Views: 5167 Andrew Mooers
Chapter 13 - Forest Health.mov
 
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Managing the Family Forest in Mississippi is a video lecture series designed to be a primer on forest management for private landowners. Each of the 13 stand-alone videos address a topic from the Managing the Family Forest in Mississippi book, which can be downloaded at msucares.com. We encourage viewers to read the corresponding chapter prior to watching the video. If you have further questions, you can contact us using email, Twitter, Facebook, and phone by visiting msucares.com/forestry. Thank you for your interest in learning about sustainable forest management.
Views: 233 MissStateExtension
Logging in Georgia: "Men of the Forest" 1952 United States Information Service
 
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Forestry, Logging, Wood, Lumber, Sawmills, Lumberjacks... playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_hX5wLdhf_ItHl6u0oUCHbUyb7KlUpup more at http://scitech.quickfound.net/environment/environment_news.html "An African-American family in Georgia works to save money for a power saw. Includes depictions of timber harvest techniques and process. Film made in 1952 by the United States Information Service and intended for foreign audiences." Reupload of a previously uploaded film with improved video & sound. Public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tree_farm A tree farm is a privately owned forest managed for timber production. The term tree farm is also used to refer to plantations and to tree nurseries... American Tree Farm System The American Tree Farm System (ATFS) is the largest and oldest woodland certification system in America. It is internationally recognized by the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification and meets strict third-party certification standards. It is one of three certification systems currently recognized in the United States (the others include the Forest Stewardship Council and the Sustainable Forestry Initiative). ATFS specializes in certifying private forests, primarily those held by individuals and families and currently certifies over 26 million acres (110,000 km²) of forestland. The ATFS Standard for Certification is owned by the American Forest Foundation, a national nonprofit organization focused on environmental education and promoting sustainable stewardship of America's woodlands. History The American Tree Farm System was established in 1941 in an effort to promote forest resources on private land, ensuring plentiful fiber production for timber and paper companies. With declining virgin saw timber available, the industry began to promote forestry practices to ensure sufficient fiber production for the future. Prior to 1941, the majority of fiber came from industrial lands. The first tract of land labeled as a Tree Farm was organized and marketed by Weyerhauser Company to help change public attitudes toward timber production and protect natural resources from fire damage. The title of "tree farm" was chosen in large part because Weyehauser Company felt that the 1940s public understood farming as crop production, and similarly tree farming was focused on producing more timber, with frequent replanting post-harvest. The early sponsors of the tree-farming movement defined it as "privately owned forest-land dedicated to the growing of forest crops for commercial purposes, protected and managed for continuous production of forest products." In the early 1940s the concept of "tree-farming" on private land was promoted by the National Lumber Manufacturers Association in an organized campaign to engage timberland owners in conservative timber production. Throughout its history, ATFS has relied on celebrity Tree Farmers to relay its message to the public. Celebrities include actor Andy Griffith, actress Andie MacDowell, former President Jimmy Carter, and Rolling Stone keyboardist Chuck Leavell. Current Since 1941, the system has shifted to focus on whole stewardship, rather than strictly fiber production. According to the Standards of Certification for ATFS, woodland owners must own 10 or more acres and have a management plan. In that management plan, woodland owners must recognize wildlife habitat, protection of water quality, threatened and endangered species, and sustainable harvest levels. The certification standard is subject to multi-stakeholder involvement in the development and revision of the standard, third-party audits, and a publicly available certification of audit summaries. As a program of the American Forest Foundation (AFF), the American Tree Farm System focuses on the long-term sustainability of America's forests in ecological and economic terms...
Views: 517443 Jeff Quitney
Timber Talk: How do you increase the productivity of a tract of timberland? (8 of 10)
 
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In this series of videos, Grant Massie's resident forest experts share information about timber and how to maximize timber as an investment. TRANSCRIPT OF PART 8 (OF 10) Ned: How do you increase the productivity of a particular tract of timberland? Jeff: Doing active management of a stand will really benefit the stand tremendously. And from a pine plantation standpoint, doing the intermediate thinning is essential to maximize the economic return of it. In the pine stands you want to do your first one in the 17-18 year-old range. And you can do a second one in the 25-26 year-old range and then you have your final harvest at 35. Ned: You refer to, when you're doing a thinning on a pine stand, you refer to that as releasing the balance. Why is that? Jeff: Yeah, it minimizes the competition of the stems that remain in the stand. And then, after that thinning, with that lack of competition, it'll increase the growth of the existing trees in that stand. Ned: And the whole objective of growing the pine crops is to maximize the volume of the of the trees that make to the 35 years to be clear cut with pine. Jeff: That's exactly right. And from the hardwood standpoint, you basically just let it grow until it's there. We've seen some people do some minor thinning work or select cut work to open up some of the hardwood stands but that doesn't happen very often. Ned: And the roll of a forester with a landowner who has a timberland tract is to advise them as to what they should be doing at that time, or coming up with a plan? Jeff: Exactly. A forester will go in there and do the timber cruise and get a species breakdown and volume breakdown and with that data they can further advise the landowner on whether it's good to just leave it, and let it grow. And what time frame they're looking at for maybe the next prescription. And the other thing that can be done is a forest management plan. It's sort of advise on how to manage that stand in the future and it's a good tool for families. If a property is passed down through the generations, if there's a forest management plan then for the family members that have less of a draw to the land, they can at least know what's going on . END OF PART 8
Park management research
 
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John Daigle started his relationship with Acadia National Park as a park ranger while he was an undergraduate at the University of Maine. Now as a professor of forest recreation management, his work with Acadia continues in the form of park management research. Since the late 1990s, Daigle has researched topics including alternative transportation systems for the park and the environmental impacts of walking off trail on Cadillac Mountain. In tribute to Acadia’s centennial in 2016, UMaine Today is reflecting on the university’s relationship with the park, particularly in terms of significant research pertaining to the state. Read the full UMaine Today article online (https://umainetoday.umaine.edu/stories/2016/a-century-in-acadia).
Bob Duchesne's Wild Maine: Maine's Busy Forest Rangers
 
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Wild Maine hangs with Maine forest rangers this weekend. For half the state, they are the fire department. Wild Maine airs every Saturday at 9 a.m. and Sunday at 8 a.m. on Sports Radio 92.9 The Ticket. If you're new, Subscribe! → http://bit.ly/2jtudZg Go here → http://929theticket.com/ Like us → https://www.facebook.com/929TheTicket Follow us → https://twitter.com/929theticket Get our newsletter → http://929theticket.com/newsletter/ For any licensing requests please contact bangor.youtube@townsquaremedia.com
Views: 327 92.9 The Ticket
Upper Peninsula Michigan Forest Management
 
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This is a forest thinning in Houghton County Michigan being managed by Josh Stein, Consulting Forester with Northwoods Forest Management. Visit www.joshsteinland.com for more.
Views: 1282 steinjosh1
Forest Biomass Harvesting Guidelines for Forest Management
 
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Learn how forest biomass retention and harvesting guidelines can help landowners, foresters, and loggers and be integrated with existing BMPs.
Moody Park Timber Harvest 2013, Claremont, NH
 
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A cut to length harvest supervised by New England Forestry Consultants, Inc. of Bennington, NH on Claremont's Moody Park. Harvesting by North Country Lumber of Littleton, NH. All products are Forest Stewardship Council 'green certified' as sustainably harvested. The harvest is following a Forest Management Plan adopted by the City in 2008.
Views: 5024 lpfnh61
Forest Fact Break: Sustainability
 
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This 90-second video looks at forest sustainability. How do we protect our forests for the future, while also providing the wood and paper products we use every day. It's a head-scratcher, isn't it? Forest managers and scientists are trying to figure out how to find a balance to ensure long-term forest sustainability in Oregon. This is part of a series created by Jordan Benner of the Oregon Forest Resources Institute.
Views: 2344 oregonforests
Saving the Benguet Watersheds for Water
 
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"Saving the Benguet Watersheds for Water" is funded by the European Union and implemented in Benguet Province from August 2011 to August 2013. The project sites are: Tublay (Ambassador); Bokod (Poblacion); Atok (Poblacion); Kibungan (Sagpat); Buguias (Tuba) & Sablan (Banangan). (Location: Benguet, Philippines) This project is implemented by the Jaime V. Ongpin Foundation Inc. (JVOFI) in partnership with the Benguet Provincial Government headed by Governor Nestor B. Fongwan, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG), National Commission for Indigenous Peoples (NCIP), Benguet State University (BSU) and Cordillera Network of NGOs and POs. The total project cost is €434,000 of which 85%, or €368,900 (equivalent to ₱22.48M) will be funded by the European UnionThe remaining 15% of the project cost will be the contribution of Jaime V. Ongpin Foundation, Inc. and the Peace and Equity Foundation. The "Saving the Benguet Watersheds for Water" project shall increase participation of local government units & stakeholders in forest/watershed management through empowered and strengthened partnerships. It will demonstrate how devolution of forest management from the DENR to LGUs could take place in the framework of existing legislation (e.g. RA7160, DENR-DILG Joint Memorandum Circulars 98-01 & 2003-01 and DENR DAO 30). Municipalities, in collaboration with the DENR and Benguet Provincial Government shall be guided on how to undertake forest resource profiling, mapping & delineation; preparation of forest management plans and enactment/enforcement of forest protection policies. The Municipal Environment and Natural Resource Council (MENRC), a multisectoral council participated by local stakeholders shall be organized and strengthened to ensure implementation of forest management plans and forest protection policies. Local communities and barangay leaders shall be trained and deputized by the DENR to conduct forest patrols and apprehend forest law offenders (illegal logging, forest fires, encroachment). The project shall also include the construction of onewatersystem in each project site. Community Water Associations shall be strengthened to assume management of their watersystem and contribute to forest protection as a mean to ensure sustained water supply in their respective communities.
Views: 361 Hazel Golocan
Bob Duchesne's Wild Maine, July 5, 2014
 
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It's our 75th episode! This week we're meeting with the Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife about the state's Wildlife Management Plan and we'll visit the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens in Boothbay.
Views: 18 92.9 The Ticket
Great American Woodlots: Minnesota
 
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Great American Woodlots: Minnesota - University of Maine Extension Service 1987 - - Shows the unique habitat requirements for reproduction and survival of the ruffed grouse. The ruffed grouse benefits from young, dense forests and careful forest management can benefit different wildlife species.
Views: 424 PublicResourceOrg
Profiles in Woodland Stewardship - Town of Falmouth
 
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This is about the Town of Falmouth's management of its public forests and how it benefits the community.
Historic plan for western Oregon
 
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On August 5, The Bureau of Land Management approved a historic path forward for local communities in Western Oregon with plans that will increase job growth, tourism, and recreation, create predictability for timber harvest, and offer strong protections for the northern spotted owl, listed fish species, and water resources. The 2.5 million acres of Bureau of Land Management (BLM)-administered lands in western Oregon play an important role in the region's social, ecological, and economic well-being. The Resource Management Plans (RMP) for Western Oregon will determine how the BLM will manage these lands in the future. Your public lands provide forest products, fish and wildlife habitat, and countless recreation opportunities. For more information, please visit http://www.blm.gov/or/plans/rmpswesternoregon/
Views: 368 BLMOREGON
Meet UNR students majoring in Forest & Rangeland Management.
 
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University of Nevada, Reno's student Karen Szillat talks about majoring in Forest and Rangeland Management.
Views: 2495 CollegeOfAgriculture
Forest Pest & Disease
 
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I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
Views: 635 Mr Owl's Science
Lots And Land for sale - Map 12 Lot 6 NE Bluff LN, Beddington, ME 04622
 
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Listing Site: Property Site: http://tour.realtyofmaine.com/home/LJSVMC/Map-12-Lot-6-NE-Bluff-LN-Beddington-ME-1283969 This 40.49+/- acre lot is tucked away southeast of Pleasant River Lake. A recreational paradise for ATVs and snowmobiles. This parcel boasts great views and a good stand of hardwood as well as about 11 acres of softwood. The lot was harvested in 2015 following the forest management plan, which left the lot thinned, but still heavily wooded and very appetizing to wildlife. There are several small ponds located to the west of the property, a short ATV or vehicle trip to experience excellent trout fishing. Bedrooms: 0 Bathrooms: 0.00 Square Feet: 0 Price: $24,000 MLS ID: 1283969 For more information about this property, please contact Mike and Chelsea Ireland at 207-290 5017 or mikerealtymaine@gmail.com. You can also text 3906577 to 67299. COMPANY SOCIAL MEDIA: ------------------------------------------ http://realtyofmaine.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RealtyofMaine Twitter: https://twitter.com/realtyofmaine YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC90fnDrDZurpsUqz1Jcvcrw REALTOR SOCIAL MEDIA: ------------------------------------------ www.realtyofmaine.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/10103276492694229 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/mikerealtymaine YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkcVE8nk4E5L5gLi7l_1Qxg?view_as=public 07/19/2018 05:41:01 pm Last modified:
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Management of the next forest: challenges to forest regeneration
 
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The forests of NY and most northeastern forests are mature or near mature. Because of current activities and natural process in private woodlands, owners and managers need to be alert to the current conditions that will influence the diversity, productivity and health of the next forest. Recent research has identified regionally specific potential barriers to the the effective regeneration of woodlands. Failing to address these barriers, even for owners who do not plan to harvest, may lead to significant changes in the dominant feature of eastern landscapes. There are specific strategies that owners and managers can use to prevent the further development of regeneration barriers, and to mitigate against the presence of these barriers. October 17, 2012. Management for the next forest. Presented by: Peter Smallidge, Cornell University Cooperative Extension.
Views: 636 ForestConnect
Maine WOMEN VOTE!: Wall Street
 
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Bruce Poliquin was a successful Wall Street deal-maker. Poliquin opposes raising the minimum wage – letting corporations keep hourly wages low and give huge bonuses to executives like himself. Bruce Poliquin. He supports a plan that cuts taxes for millionaires while turning Medicare into a voucher scheme, forcing seniors to pay thousands more. Bruce Poliquin. The problem’s not that Bruce Poliquin once worked on Wall Street, it’s that he’s STILL working for Wall Street, not Maine. WOMEN VOTE! is responsible for the content of this advertising.
Views: 496 WomenVOTEProject