May 11, 2006

Forest farming Special Needs List example laid out

Filed under: Accessability — shem kerr @ 11:28 am

Approaches to forestry, Solid timber production (growing), Continuing education, and Accessability are included so far in this list. Species groups include Cypresses, mainly Cupressus and Sequoia; and deciduous hardwoods. The list covers what any particular species is, how it lives, how it gets along with others; the people who use forest products, and what they’re expecting; and how growers can look after their forest well to match the needs of all. Although still in construction phase, the present state of the list should give some idea of its potential and where it’s headed. Further information is on the About page, and on the list itself.


1 Comment »

  1. BORING THIS IS JUNK no offense

    Comment by armita — June 16, 2008 @ 12:11 pm | Reply

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