U.S. Forest Service American chestnut cooperators" meeting
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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service in [Broomall, Pa.?] .
Written in English


  • American chestnut -- Diseases and pests -- United States -- Congresses,
  • American chestnut -- Diseases and pests -- United States -- Abstracts

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Edition Notes

Statementby H. Clay Smith
SeriesGeneral technical report NE -- 64
ContributionsUnited States. Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.)
The Physical Object
Pagination20 p. ;
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17954093M

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Kenneth R. Dudzik: USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station Mast Road Durham, NH Telephone: Fax:   Invasive Species: RMRS: ID: A Scientist Finds that the Lacey Act Amendment of Works to Limit Illegal Wood Imports. Forest Service scientist Jeffrey Prestemon evaluated U.S. import trade data from countries that are suspected sources of illegally obtained wood. U.S. Forest Service Chestnut blight (Cryphonectria parasitica), The Cause of the Problem (U. of Guelph, American Chestnut Cooperators Foundation - Local coverage of TACF meeting in Meadowview by Marshall Tobelmann. Kentucky Woodland Owners Association and Foundation – Regular Quarterly Meeting. 11 AM by way of Zoom A Cooperators Report. American Chestnut Association. The region includes major portions of the Daniel Boone National Forest (U.S. Forest Service), the entirety of Cumberland Gap National Historic Park (managed by the.

Overview. Cryphonectria parasitica is a parasitic fungus of chestnut trees. This disease came to be known as chestnut lly found in South East Asia, accidental introductions led to invasive populations of C. parasitica in North America and Europe. The fungal disease has had a devastating economic and social impact on communities in the eastern United : Cryphonectriaceae. The TREE URCHIN Newsletter of the Maine Chapter of the American Chestnut Foundation. 2 that the largest American chestnut (Castanea dentata) tree in the U.S. is located in Clarkston, WA. The Univ. of Maine and the U.S. Forest Service will be providing the land we need for our seed. Forest Service: Annotated bibliography of publications by U.S. Forest Service forest fire research staff, their colleagues, and cooperators in California, / (Berkeley, CA: Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, ), also by Anita Hostetter and Calif.) Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Berkeley. In addition to Clark, Nelson and Pinchot, USDA Forest Service scientists helping install chestnut plantings in the forest include Paul Barrang, Barb Crane, Paul Schaberg, and numerous other scientists and district personnel working with them (Clark et al ). University personnel installing plantings include Kim Steiner (PSU), Brian McCarthy.

The event was co-hosted by the American Forest Foundation, the National Association of State Foresters, and the USDA Forest Service. According to a March 30th USDA press release Secretary Vilsack laid out a three-part plan addressing the Forest Service’s and USDA’s current green building practices. The strategy includes the following parts.   Trees and forests function within a range of environmental conditions such as climate, fertility, competition, and disturbance, including mechanical injury. Tree stress occurs as trees function near the limits of those conditions. Various forest tree species are declining in health and productivity. The known causal factors and processes are likely exacerbated by unknown biological and. Integrated use of resistance, hypovirulence, and forest management to control blight on American chestnut. Pp. 97– in Proceedings of Restoration of American Chestnut to Forest Lands, K.C. Steiner and J.E. Carlson, eds. Washington, DC: National Park Service. Natural and managed ecosystems provide critical products and services necessary to maintain the quality of life expected by the American people, including clean air and water, wildlife, food, products derived from plants and animals, and aesthetically pleasing environments for recreation and enjoyment. Maintaining these ecosystem products and services in the face of rapidly expanding human.