Research Could Help State Forest Managers with Land Use Decisions

Queenstown, MD – The Harry R. Hughes Center for Agro-Ecology, Inc. released a report today that could assist Maryland’s forest managers as they seek to maximize the benefit from management decisions on state-owned properties. The report, entitled “Estimating Timber and Non-market Values of Maryland’s State-Owned Forestland,” details the value of four goods and services provided by Maryland’s state forests that, with the exception of wood for timber, do not show up in traditional markets and are therefore hard to estimate.
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