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Availability of forest and associated land resources in Illinois
John H. Burde
by Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station in St. Paul, Minn
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 4
|Statement||John H. Burde, III, and David C. Baumgartner|
|Series||USDA Forest Service research note NC ; 236|
|Contributions||Baumgartner, David C. , joint author, North Central Forest Experiment Station (Saint Paul, Minn.), United States. Forest Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. ;|
The timber resources are renewable and sustainable, and therefore the forest’s revenue‐generating potential is viewed in a long‐term context. Economic resource strategies under development include: timber, non‐timber forest products, land base and access, energy and . URBANA - Woodland owners in Illinois may be surprised to learn that timber produced on their land is part of a $23 billion industry in Illinois and is a major contributor to the state’s economy, according to Jay Hayek, extension forestry specialist at the University of Illinois.
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Get this from a library. Availability of forest and associated land resources in Illinois. [John H Burde; David C Baumgartner; North Central Forest Experiment Station (Saint Paul, Minn.); United States.
Forest. ILLINOIS FOREST RESOURCE FACTS USFS inventory estimates million acres of forests (12 percent of the state) IDNR Land Cover study using satellite imagery estimates million acres of forest (14 percent of the state) In forests covered million acres (38 percent of the state).
Just over million acres of Illinois forest land, representing 96 percent of total forest land in the State, is classified as timberland2 (table 2). Forest land has three components: 1) Timberland—forest land that is not restricted from harvesting by statute, administrative regulation, or designation and is capable of growing trees at a rate.
Illinois from to Location Land use Year Sq km of land Percent cleared per year Rondhia, Brazil Forest, Malaysia Forest 48, 36, Costa Rica Forest 10 8, Illinois Forest 55, 24, 90 Illinois Prairie 10Cited by: Early Illinois Forest Resources (This has been excerpted from "Forest Resources of Illinois, ") InR.
Anderson used the original land survey records of Illinois to create a detailed map showing the original land cover in the early s, when the state was settled.
assistance to forest landowners, industry and fire departments. Another important and often overlooked forest resource in Illinois is the State's urban and community forests. These are the trees and related natural resources found in the State's 2, plus communities.
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The Bureau of Land and Water Resources distributes funds through the Partners for Conservation Program to Illinois' 97 soil and water conservation districts for programs aimed at reducing soil loss and protecting water quality. The Partners for Conservation Program is a long-term, state-supported initiative to protect natural resources and enhance outdoor recreational opportunities in Illinois.
Recent listings in Illinois of natural forestland for sale totaled aroundacres acres of natural forestland and a combined market value of $70 million. The average price of natural forestland for sale in Illinois was $, Current agricultural uses for forest and timberland for sale in Illinois.
the area of forest land had declined to an estimated million acres, or 34 percent of the total land area.
Inforest land comprised million acres, or 33 percent of the total land area of the United States. Forest area has been relatively stable sinceal-though the population has more than tripled since then. 0 50 some ofwhich is included in the Shawnee National water resources, buildings and roads onthe tracts, Forest, and therefore provide reasonable represen- proximity of National Forest land, the turnover of tations of the market for such land in southern land ownership, residences ofthe new owners, and Illinois.
"Forest Trees of Illinois" is a an excellent source of comprehensive information about tree species in Illinois. The book is clear and concise. Each species is thoroughly defined through a text description, realistic drawing, photo and a map indicating species location.
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n this guide for members of the Natural Land Institute, we highlight 22 outstanding natural lands with some of the best prairies, wetlands and forests in northern Illinois.
The Natural Land Institute played a role in protecting each of these rare, special places that we all cherish. Names and descriptions of some of the native birds, mammals and. This document takes a look at our current forest resources across Illinois. It identifies facts, trends and threats, as well as priorities, opportunities, and strate-gies for the future of Illinois forests.
This document is critical in explaining the priceless forest resources that help balance human impacts and advances in this natural world. Illinois Department of Natural Resources, Forest Resources One Natural Resources Way Springfield, IL Paul Deizman, State Forester Tel: () Fax: () [email protected] Sincethe area of forest land in Illinois has been on the rise (Fig.
Forest land occurs throughout most the State, however, it is concentrated in the western and southern portions of Illinois (Fig. The majority of forest land in Illinois (83 percent) is privately owned.
Hardwoods are the dominant species types in Illinois. In the fall ofIFA identified escalating woodland taxes as a major issue facing Illinois forest landowners. IFA, along with other partners, worked to influence and pass SB which was signed into law by the Governor in August ().
Realizing the Forests’ Full Potential: Assessment and Long-Range Action Plan for Forest Resources in Illinois. Urbana, IL: The Council and University of Illinois. Leatherberry, E.C.
Illinois’ Forest Resources inRes. Note NC St. Paul, MN: USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. Forest Management Goals and Resource Concerns 4. Property Location and Description A. General land description 1.) Quarter section, section, township, range 2.) Name of township and county B.
Specify how to access property (include GPS coordinates) C. Adjacent land use to the north, south, east, and west of this property. range, appropriateness for use in individual states, and availability in the nursery trade: Rodney Bartgis, The Nature Conservancy, West Virginia. Ashton Berdine, The Nature Conservancy, West Virginia.
Chris Firestone, Bureau of Forestry, Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.IL Department of Natural Resources 1 Natural Resources Way Springfield, Illinois Phone: () Fax: () Email Illinois Forestry Development Act Visit Website.Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) Division of Forest Resources, One Natural Resource Way; Springfield, IL ; Contact info: Website: Purpose of the Program.
The purpose of this program is to help prepare management plans, recommend silvicultural and forestation practices, and advise on forest product marketing.