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Ecology and management of morels harvested from the forests of western North America.
Pilz, David; McLain, Rebecca; Alexander, Susan; Villarreal-Ruiz, Luis; Berch, Shannon; Wurtz, Tricia L.; Parks, Catherine G.; McFarlane, Erika; Baker, Blaze; Molina, Randy; Smith, Jane E. 2007.
Mushrooms, Trees, and Money: Value Estimates of Commercial Mushrooms and Timber in the Pacific Northwest
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Value in joint production of timber and wild mushrooms is found to be sensitive to assumptions about changes in forest management, yields for mushrooms and trees, and costs.
Recent price trends for non-timber forest products in the Pacific Northwest
Many of the industries that comprise the non-timber forest products (NTFPs) market in the Pacific Northwest have existed since the early 1900s. NTFPs have recently been receiving more attention from
MUSHROOMS AND TIMBER : MANAGING COMMERCIAL HARVESTING IN THE OREGON CASCADES
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Although timber typically exceeds nontimber forest products in value, opportunities exist for both to manage for both, to the benefit of different groups.
Nontimber Forest Products in the United States: Montreal Process Indicators as Measures of Current Conditions and Sustainability
The United States, in partnership with 11 other countries, participates in the Montreal Process. Each country assesses national progress toward the sustainable management of forest resources by using
Expanding Institutional Arrangements for Acquiring Water for Environmental Purposes: Transactions Evidence for the Western United States
Market purchases of water rights for environmental purposes in the western United States have involved purchases by public agencies of at least 88 850 acre feet of water over the last five years.
A U.S. Forest Service special forest products appraisal system: background, methods, and assessment.
Smith, Jerry; Crone, Lisa K.; Alexander, Susan J. 2010. A U.S. Forest Service special forest products appraisal system: background, methods, and assessment. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-822. Portland, OR:
Compatible Management of Understory Forest Resources and Timber
Many native mosses, lichens, ferns, herbs, shrubs, and fungi are harvested by humans from the understories of Pacific Northwest forests. These understory products are used personally and commercially
The Socioeconomic Impact of Truffle Cultivation in Rural Spain1
The Socioeconomic Impact of Truffle Cultivation in Rural Spain. Commercial black truffle (Tuber melanosporum) plantations have been promoted in Europe with the intention of benefiting rural economies
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