Canadian Forest Service Publications
Compatible (or co-) management of forests for timber and non-timber values. 2004. Titus, B.D.; Kerns, B.K.; Cocksedge, W.; Winder, R.S.; Pilz, D.; Kauffman, G.; Smith, R.F.; Cameron, S.I.; Freed, J.R.; Ballard, H.L. CD of Proceedings of Canadian Institute of Forestry/Institut forestier du Canada and the Society of American Foresters Joint 2004 Annual General Meeting and Convention "One Forest Under Two Flags - Une Forêt Sous Deux Drapeau", October 2-6, 2004, Edmonton, AB. Society of American Foresters, Bethesda, MD, USA.
Available from: Pacific Forestry Centre
Catalog ID: 25245
CFS Availability: PDF (download)
NTFPs can play an important role in contributing to the sustainability and stability of rural communities. They are also an important part of the practice - not just the theory - of sustainable forest management. There are opportunities to increase total forest values through compatible management to enhance both timber and non-timber values. A framework for thinking about compatible management strategies is given. Case studies from Canada and the US are then presented, with the objective of stimulating forest managers to consider options for compatible management in their local areas. Finally, suggestions are made for increasing the success of compatible management strategies.
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