Two-aged to Multi-aged Stand Management in the Coast Range

This publication is part of the Alternative Forest Management series. It describes a case study on shelterwood harvest and using active management to convert a mature, even-aged stand to a multi-aged stand in the Oregon Coast Range. The landowner's core management philosophy is to create forests that are both ecologically complex and economically viable.

EM 9082    Revised April 2018    8 pages


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