Cover of Apr/May/June 2024 Western Forester

Carbon continues to remain a topic that foresters and natural resources professionals need to remain current on, whether being familiar with the latest on carbon markets or how forest management plans now address managing for carbon. In this issue authors share the latest on carbon legislation, bringing small forest landowners into the carbon market, and biochar’s role in carbon sequestration.

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Individual articles are accessible in PDF format (requires Acrobat Reader)

  • Connecting Small Forest Landowners to Carbon Markets in Washington State |PDF
  • Exploring the Potential Effects of an Expanding Forest Carbon Market on Working Forests and Communities in the United States |PDF
  • Aligning Carbon Considerations with Wildlife Habitat Considerations |PDF
  • A New Resource to Connect Small Forestland Owners to Carbon Markets |PDF
  • Small Landowners are Key: An Analysis on the Pacific Northwest Carbon Market |PDF
  • Improving Douglas-fir Component Biomass Estimates |PDF
  • Connecting Urban Forests to the Carbon Market |PDF
  • The Lay of the Land: Carbon in the Last Frontier |PDF
  • Incorporating Biochar into Forest Management Practices to Deliver Carbon Benefits |PDF
  • 2024 WSSAF Annual Meeting Reflects Upon 50th Anniversary of Forest Practices Act |PDF
  • The Next Generation of Forestry/Natural Resources Professionals is Increasing |PDF
  • We Remember |PDF

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