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A Guide to Washington State's Urban Tree Canopy

More than 80% of the nation’s population lives in urban areas. The urban tree canopy (UTC) is an essential part of an urban areas’ infrastructure—an ecosystem characterized by trees and other vegetati ...
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A Primer for Timber Harvesting

Timber sales are complicated. The choices a forest landowner makes will influence financial return, future site productivity, soil erosion, and other factors. Here is a basic book for those who want t ...
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Applying Adaptive Grazing Management

This publication provides an introduction to some tools and methods used in adaptive grazing management in either a rangeland or an irrigated pasture setting. Ranchers employing adaptive management in ...
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Assessing Tree Health

Healthy trees are beneficial to our environment and our property values - but how do we determine if a tree is healthy? This publication briefly discusses common tree health problems and outlines a p ...
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Backyard Forest Stewardship in Eastern Washington

Owning a home in the woods is a dream come true for many people, but living in a forested setting presents unique challenges. This guide to Backyard Forest Stewardship is written specifically for peop ...
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Backyard Forest Stewardship in Western Washington

A home in the woods can be a dream-come-true, but living in a forested setting presents unique challenges. This publication discusses those challenges and other issues specific to western Washington, ...
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Band-Tailed Pigeons of the Managed Pacific Northwest Forestlands

A Woodland Fish and Wildlife Project publication.

The West Coast population of the band-tailed pigeon nests from southeastern Alaska to northern Mexico, in a variety of forest types but predomina ...

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Basic Forest Inventory Techniques for Family Forest Owners

An inventory is a cornerstone of forest stewardship planning that not only ensures your forest is healthy and productive, but can meet your objectives as a landowner for years to come.
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Coastal Douglas-Fir Forests and Wildlife

A Woodland Fish and Wildlife Project publication.

Written as a practical guide for woodland owners interested in fish and wildlife management. Certain tree species and understory plants grow ...

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