A wide-ranging assessment of state-governed regulatory programs that are
focused on the application of forestry practices applied to private forests was
undertaken in 2004. Involved was extensive review of the literature and contact with
regulatory program administrators in all 50 states. The review was limited to programs
applied statewide and to only those regulations affecting forestry practices.
Research supported by the University of Minnesota’s Department of Forest
Resources and MN Agricultural Experiment Station, and by the Legal, Tax and Socio-
Economic Influences Project, Southern Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department
Ellefson, Paul V.; Kilgore, Michael A.; Hibbard, Calder M.; Granskog, James E..
Regulation of forestry practices on private land in the United States : assessment of state agency responsibilities and program effectivenes..
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