Kentucky Woodland Magazine - Degraded Stand Revitalization and Small Woodland Management Issue

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Nearly 80% of Kentucky's forestland is privately owned by more than 460,000 private forest landowners. The challenges in owning, managing and protecting these forestlands are immense and varied. The Kentucky Woodland Magazine is produced 3x per year and serves as a catalyst to provide information vital to sustaining the health and ulitimately the productivity of our native woodlands for owners and natural resource professionals who support stewardship of our woodland resources. Two special issues highlighting how to revitalize degraded forestland and how to manage small tracts of forestland for multiple uses will be featured. The magazine is jointly developed by the University of Kentucky Department of Forestry, Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service and the Kentucky Division of Forestry.
Effective start/end date7/1/096/30/10


  • KY Energy and Environment Cabinet: $30,000.00


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