Pioneer forest - a half century of sustainable uneven-aged forest management in the Missouri Ozarks

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  • Author(s): Guldin, James M.; Iffrig, Greg F.; Flader, Susan L.
  • Date: 2008
  • Station ID: General Technical Report (GTR)-SRS-108

Abstract

This collection of papers analyzes the Pioneer Forest, a privately owned 150,000-acre working forest in the Missouri Ozarks, on which the science and art of forest management has been practiced for more than 50 years. The papers discuss how this half century of management has contributed to forest restoration and sustainability on the forest itself and, through its example undergirded by a remarkable body of research, throughout the Ozark region and beyond.

  • Citation: Guldin, James M.; Iffrig, Greg F.; Flader, Susan L. 2008. Pioneer forest - a half century of sustainable uneven-aged forest management in the Missouri Ozarks. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS–108. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 123 p.

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