Individual tree selection (ITS) in a northeast Oregon mixed conifer forest Public Deposited

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  • Forest landowners are interested in practicing alternative silviculture methods on their property without having to clearcut. This publication describes a case study on Individual Tree Selection (ITS) in a mixed conifer forest in Northeast Oregon. ITS is of interest because it provides a continuous forest canopy; potentially reduces reforestation costs; produces aesthetically pleasing forest conditions; provides complex forest structure that maintains diverse wildlife habitat and forest health; and allows for periodic income.
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