This study evaluated the current status of statewide forest resource planning in the United States,
with a specific focus on the planning programs that exist in the 20 northeast United States.
Specific study objectives were to understand the status of state forest resource planning with
respect to the processes undertaken, organizational capacity for planning, perceptions of planning
effectiveness, planner training needs, adequacy of federal support for state planning efforts, and
important barriers to more effective planning programs.
Kilgore, Michael A.; Salk, Raintry.
An assessment of state forest resource planning in the northeast United States..
University of Minnesota.
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