|Forest Investment Account|
|Abstract of FIA Project 2001020|
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Stand level retention strategies for Tolko Industries, Thompson Woodlands: first approximation booklet
|Author(s): Kiiskila, Steven; Bancroft, Bryce G.; Farquharson, Dennis||Imprint: [Louis Creek], B.C.: Tolko Industries Ltd., 2003||Subject: Forest Investment Account (FIA), Sustainable Forestry, British Columbia, Silvicultural Systems||Series: Forest Investment Account (FIA) - Land Base Investment Program - Innovative|
The intent of this project is to design a leave tree retention strategy for Tolko and the TSA that will build on lessons from past harvesting and current knowledge to gain an understanding of past amounts, distribution, patterns, species, quality, health to design a strategy for the future that will: · Reduce impacts on leave tree retention from windthrow, insects and disease and improve general stand conditions. · More effectively meet TSA objectives for the maintenance of biological diversity and habitat management. · More effectively fit with the TSA objectives for timber management. · Allow for more efficient use of local harvesting methods and silvicultural treatments.
Ken Zielke, Bryce Bancroft and Dennis Farquharson.
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