Forestry Incentives Program investments in 1974: retention through 1981 in the north.

A. M. Wheatcraft, P. V. Ellefson, C. D. Risbrudt, M. H. Goforth

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Abstract

The program stimulates investments on nonindustrial private forest land. The federal government shares in the cost of noncommercial treatments on private forest land. As the investments must reach economic maturity, those made in 1974 were sampled in 1981 to determine the percentage of treated acres that have been retained. The high level of retention suggests that the loss of the treated acres is not a significant problem. -from Authors

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalMinnesota Forestry Research Notes
Volume286
StatePublished - Jan 1 1983

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