Presentation 2.2: Opportunities Realized Through Interface Forest Management. Outline. Introduction Interface management products Variety of products besides timber Timber can pay for further management of the land Challenges to multi-managing the land Summary. Introduction.
Marketing nontimber forest products website
PoachingNontimber forest industry
Aggregating across the South, the total compensation value for residential trees approaches one trillion dollars.
Typically the MOST important
product of interface forests
“What are the likely effects of expanding human populations, urbanization, and infrastructure on wildlife and their habitats?”
Increase vertical layering
Leave snags and brush piles
Provide water source
Plant native vegetation
Put up feeders and houses
Remove invasive exotics
Manage household pets
Reduce pesticide use
Expand scale of habitatAttracting wildlife
Understanding the variety of opportunities, values, and ecosystem services that interface forest management provides is key to developing a positive relationship with landowners.