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  1. Greater Sage-Grouse Conservation & the Sagebrush Ecosystem: Collaborative Conservation at Work

  2. An Examination of Commercial Medicinal Plant Harvests, Mount Hood National Forest, Oregon

    During the past fifteen years, non-timber or special forest products have become an important economic resource in the Pacific Northwest. These products are primarily derived from understory species and...

  3. Converting forest biomass to energy in Oregon : stakeholder perspectives on a growing movement

    Within Oregon there is considerable interest in the possibility of converting woody biomass to energy. This interest stems from three converging factors: the desire to reduce the threat of uncharacteristic...

  4. Assessing collaborative opportunities on the Willamette National Forest

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    This archived document is maintained by the Oregon State Library as part of the Oregon Documents Depository Program. It is for informational purposes and may not be suitable for legal purposes.

  5. Production possibility frontiers and socioecological tradeoffs for restoration of fire adapted forests

    Appendix A. Supplementary data available online at: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0301479716300317

  6. Forest and watershed restoration in Linn County, Oregon : economic impacts, trends, and recommendations

    28 pages

  7. Quick guide : assessing, planning, and monitoring to increase local economic opportunities from restoration

    16 pages

  8. Redefining Stewardship : Public Lands and Rural Communities in the Pacific Northwest

    19 p.

  9. The State of the Dry Forest Zone and its Communities

    94 p.

  10. Spatial and temporal dynamics of anthropogenically influenced forests of the Brazilian Amazon

    The Amazon Tropical Rain Forest is the largest tropical rain forest system, comprising approximately 65% of such forests on earth. Since the 1960's, human populations in the Brazilian Amazon have increased from...

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