Maine Forest Servce, Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation & Forestry
Forest Health & Monitoring Summary Report No. 26.
Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry, Bureau of Parks and Lands
Inside this report:
- Policy, Mission, and Goals
- AWW Advisory Council Report
- Forest Operations Notifications
- AWW Budget
- Endowment Fund
- FY15 Expenditure Report
- Oversize Group Permits
- Education, Interpretation, & Historic Preservation
- Staff Training
- 2015 Project Update
- Dam Inspection Report
- Superintendent's Report
Maine State Harness Racing Commission Report to the Joint Standing Committee on Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry
Henry W. Jackson
2007 program evaluation report from the Maine State Harness Racing Commission prepared for the Joint Standing Committee on Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry.
Department of Conservation, Bureau of Parks & Lands
2003 informational brochure for Rangeley Lake State Park with map.
Maine Department of Agriculture
Manure Utilization Guidelines
Maine Department of Agriculture, Food and Rural Resources, State House Station No.28, Augusta, Maine 04333 (November 1, 2001).
Contents: Table of Content / Nutrient Management Plan / Standards / Attachments 1-7
Spruce Budworm in Maine: the end of the outbreak: biological conditions in 1986, 1987, and 1988, and a look at the future
Henry Trial Jr.
Technical Report No. 28
This report presents spruce budworm survey and evaluation data gathered by the Insect and Disease Management Staff (I&DM), of the Maine Forest Service (MFS), formally the Budworm Survey and Assessment Unit. Budworm surveys have been conducted annually by the I&DM staff to determine budworm population levels and host tree conditions.
Forest for the Future: A Report on Maine's Forest to the Legislature, the Governor, and the People of Maine
Forests for the Future Program and Citizens' Forestry Advisory Council
In 1985, the 112th Maine Legislature, recognizing the increasing demands upon Maine's forests, established the Forests for the Future Program within the Department of Conservation (Chapter 488, Public Laws of 1985). The legislation creating the Forests for the Future Program expressed three basic concerns.
- Can Maine's forests continue to provide all of the amenities demanded by society?
- How can Maine's forests be managed to assure continued availability of resources?
- What is the State's role in encouraging and promoting conservation of forest resources?