Introduction to low-impact forestry
In 1946,the Maritime Forest Ranger School established a 10 acre study area on the University of New Brunswick woodlot to compare long-term wood volume yields between clearcutting, selection cutting, and no cutting ... MORE
Guidelines for low-impact forestry
Too often, landowners who care deeply about their woodlands have been dismayed at the aftermath of cutting on their land. The logger promised to cut the lot "selectively"--and he did. He "selected" the best trees and left the rest, with little care for the future ... MORE
Available by permission of the Maine Low-Impact Forestry Project
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