U. S. Forest Service Special Forest Products Appraisal System

U. S. Forest Service Special Forest Products Appraisal System

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This is a print on demand edition of a hard to find publication. Trade in plants, lichens, and fungi from forests in the U.S. has been important for generations. The Forest Service (FS) refers to these products as special forest products (SFP). Increasing concern over the management and harvest of SFP from national forest lands has led to the development of new FS policy directives. Here is a brief history of SFPs in the Western U.S., highlighting the issues that necessitated new management direction. It discusses the new policy directives that led to the development of a cost appraisal system for SFPs. The framework, components, and uses of this cost appraisal system are described. Also includes an informal assessment of the impact, effectiveness, and value of the cost appraisal system. Ill.This law created an opportunity for proactive program managers to develop programs that could be funded outside the appropriated funds process, instead ... In 1905, Congress created the Forest Service in the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Title:U. S. Forest Service Special Forest Products Appraisal System
Author: Jerry Smith
Publisher:DIANE Publishing - 2011-01

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