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ID: 253
A Synthesis of the Science on U.S. Forests and Carbon

Due to the recognized expertise and the credibility of our scientists, the Rocky Mountain Research Station was asked by the Ecological Society o ...

Principal Investigator : Tom Crow

Resource Management and Use2010RMRS
Photo of Douglas-fir is a highly valued tree in the western United States. Forest Service
ID: 251
Analysis of Douglas-Fir Climate Change Adaptation Potential

A collaborative effort led by the Rocky Mountain Research Station, has produced a report outlining the impact of changing climate on forest dist ...

Principal Investigator : Tom Crow

Resource Management and Use2010RMRS
Photo of Mixed Species Forest. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1180
Carbon Accumulation by U.S. Forests May Slow Over the Next 25 Years

U.S. forests currently help offset carbon emissions and reduce the overall costs of achieving emission targets but that could change over the ne ...

Principal Investigator : John Coulston

Inventory and Monitoring2016SRS
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ID: 255
Designing fuel treatments for the wildland-urban interface

Findings from research in an area of vacation homes near Idaho's Warm Lake are helping resource managers design fuel treatments for the wildland ...

Principal Investigator : Tom Crow

Wildland Fire and Fuels2010RMRS
Photo of The Forest Service/USDA National Agroforestry Center's Mike Dosskey presents his conservation buffer research results on Capitol Hill, July 30, 2012, at a seminar sponsored by the National Coalition for Food and Agricultural Research. Forest Service
ID: 169
Location, Location, Location! Putting Buffers in Their Place

Forest Service conservation buffer research highlighted at Capitol Hill seminars

Principal Investigator : Andy Mason

Resource Management and Use2012WO
Photo of Publication:  Profitable Farms and Woodlands: A Practical Guide in Agroforestry for Landowners, Farmers and Ranchers. Forest Service
ID: 167
Practical Agroforestry Guide Released for Landownders, Farmers, and Ranchers

Guide informs underserved and limited resource farmers in the Southeast ways to use agroforestry to better manage their lands and boost profits

Principal Investigator : Andy Mason

Resource Management and Use2012WO
Photo of USDA Agriculture Deputy Secretary, Dr. Kathleen Merrigan (left) and John Knubely (right), Deputy Minister, Canada Agriculture and Agri-Food sign a Memorandum of Understanding verifying enhanced collaboration in Agroforestry between the two nations at the United States Department of Agriculture, April 17, 2012 in Washington, DC. Bob Nichols, USDA
ID: 168
The United States Partners with Canada to Increase the Use of Agroforestry Practices

Partnership actions include collaborative research to restore windbreaks across the Great Plains and advancing the goals of the Global Research ...

Principal Investigator : Andy Mason

Resource Management and Use2012WO
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ID: 430
USDA Agroforestry Strategic Framework Provides Roadmap to Sustainable Agriculture

On June 6, 2011, the USDA Agroforestry Strategic Framework, Fiscal Year 2011-2016 was officially released by USDA Deputy Secretary Kathleen Merr ...

Principal Investigator : Andy Mason

Resource Management and Use
Water, Air, and Soil
Photo of People harvest thousands of pounds of black cohosh root for its medicinal value every year. The wild-harvesting of this and other nontimber forest products contributes millions of dollars to rural economies. Evidence indicates that the ecological impacts of harvesting may be significant, albeitnot well documented.
ID: 1484
Volumes and values of nontimber forest products in the United States

Wild-harvested plants and fungi from U.S. forests are critical to the food and financial security of millions of Americans. These nontimber prod ...

Principal Investigator : James L. Chamberlain

Inventory and Monitoring
Outdoor Recreation
Resource Management and Use
Water, Air, and Soil