For the Family Landowner: Best Techniques to Increase Forest Productivity
and Value in the Northeast U.S. 2012 by NEFA (7.71 MB PDF file)
A Review of Biomass Harvesting Best Management Practices Guidelines (2.96 MB PDF)
The Economic Importance and Wood Flows from Vermont’s Forests, 2007. North East State Foresters Association ( 399kb PDF)
by Dr. Linda Wang
National Timber Taxation Specialist, USDA Forest Service
Good Forestry in the Granite State - Recommended Voluntary Forest Management Practices for New Hampshire 2nd Edition. Good Forestry is a 225-page guide, in a three-ring binder format and each copy comes with a cd. An on-line version is available free at www.goodforestry.org . A copy of the book can be ordered on-line at that website. Directions for ordering through the mail are there as well, or you can call 800-444-8978.
Hemlock Woolly Adelgid in Vermont – Recommendations for Landowner Response
Vermont Forests, Parks and Recreation Vermont Forest Health Update
Evaluating Sugarbush Recovery from 2010 Frost Damage
Vermont Forest Health Update
Climate Change and Forests
Vermont Forests, Parks and Recreation offers information on Climate Change and Forests.
The Lifecycle of the Emerald Ash Borer (youtube video)
EAB animation from the Minnesota Department of Agriculture
Be a Beetle Buster
For the kid in you - ALB animation, Play Freeze and Collect by visiting Be a Beetle Buster and clicking on the game at the bottom of the screen.
Place You Call Home: A Guide to Caring for Your Land in Vermont has been released by Northern Woodlands, the Corinth, Vermont, nonprofit that publishes Northern Woodlands magazine. This publication will provide Vermont landowners with essential information for taking care of their land and getting the most out of it. To order a copy please contact Northern Woodlands at www.northernwoodlands.org.
Biomass Crop Assistance Program
USDA Offers a new program on Biomass. This fact sheet describes the Biomass Crop Assistance Program (BCAP).
Lyme Disease in Vermont
The Vermont Department of Health has posted information about ticks and Lyme
disease at http://healthvermont.gov/prevent/lyme/lyme_disease.aspx.
Call Before You Cut
A Guide to Public Resources for Woodland Owners in Vermont.
The Vermont Woodlands Association is pleased to provide information on the many forestry related opportunities for teachers and students. Download VWA Opportunities in Education brochure.