Site-level Forest Management Program

As demands on Minnesota’s forests grow ever more complex, there is a need for forest management to support forest-based economic opportunities while maintaining forest ecological functions such as biological diversity and societal values such as outdoor recreation.  Minnesota’s Sustainable Forest Resources Act mandated development of voluntary site-level timber harvesting and forest management guidelines that recommend economical ways to conduct management activities with limited impacts to forest functions and values.  The MFRC Site-Level Program manages the development of these guidelines, provides guidance on monitoring guideline implementation, and conducts research and assessment of guideline effectiveness and forest health.

View reports generated by the Site-level Program

Site-level Reports
Updated 2015-10-02