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Long-term contracts for forest land and timber in the South

William C. Siegel

Long-term contracts for forest land and timber in the South

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Published by Southern Forest Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in [New Orleans, La.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Contracts -- Southern States,
  • Forest products industry -- Southern States

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 14).

    Other titlesLong term contracts for forest land and timber in the South.
    StatementWilliam C. Siegel.
    SeriesResearch paper SO -- 87., Forest Service research paper SO -- 87.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination14 p. :
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17617418M
    OCLC/WorldCa26969013

    Figure 1Eliminating unwanted and weak trees from an unmanaged woodland (top) produces a healthy forest of high-value crop trees (bottom). Missouri citizens own about 85 percent of the state's 15 million forested acres. Proper care and management of the private forest resource are important to the health of Missouri's economy and environment (Figure 1).Once you as a forestland owner become In , the newly formed Forest Service was authorized by Congress to regulate grazing and permit it as long as it did not injure forest growth. The agency's controls (permits, herd size, allotments, season of use) were attempts to protect the resource and prevent Logging is one of the most prominent and best-known forms of rainforest degradation and destruction. Despite improved logging techniques and greater international awareness and concern for the rainforests, unsustainable logging of tropical rainforests continues—much of it practiced illegally by criminal syndicates. In the late s, after depleting much of their own timber stocks, Asian Prior to joining Forest Trends, Kevin spent two years as a corporate sustainability consultant with the ALLCOT Group and For The Long-Term LLC, where he helped clients in the finance, hospitality and sports sectors develop corporate sustainability strategies and CSR ://


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Long-term contracts for forest land and timber in the South by William C. Siegel Download PDF EPUB FB2

Source: USDA Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station, Research Paper SO; Abstract. By means of long-term contracts, southern wood-using industries control almost 7 million acres of privately owned, nonindustrial forest.

While pine is the prevalent timber type under contract, there are also substantial acreages of :// Additional Physical Format: Online version: Siegel, William C. Long-term contracts for forest land and timber in the South.

[New Orleans, La.]: Southern Forest   Forestry is the management of forested land (either plantation or natural) with the primary goal which grant investors the right to cut and remove timber. Forest utilization contracts can grant an investor varying degrees of land tenure rights, including: Forestry is often a long-term venture, governed by the amount of time it takes to Such contracts were used by forest products firms in the South during the s, and it is likely some are still in effect.

6 See W.C. Siegel. Long-term Contracts for Forest Land and Timber in the South. Research Paper SO USDA Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station, New Orleans, La.

14 p., and J.L. Greene. Taxation of Nontimber. The transaction, expected to raise $1bn, is likely to be announced early in the new year and will involve a long-term lease of land and the right to grow timber, rather than the sale of ://   1 A Landowner’s Guide to Forestry in South Carolina SOUTH CAROLINA FORESTRY FACTS Forests cover two-thirds of the total land area in South Carolina.

Seventy-four percent of South Carolina forests are owned by family forest landowners. Over half of the forestland in South Carolina is in hardwood forest :// Reports Forestry Reports Louisiana Timber and Pulpwood Production Report.

The Louisiana Timber and Pulpwood Production Report, published by the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry – Office of Forestry, is an annual report of total forest products severed and tax receipts received by parish and species plus estimated stumpage  › The value of timberland appreciates in several ways: 1) land appreciation, 2) real timber price increases, 3) biological growth and 4) forest product growth.

Land Appreciation. Unless the timber property is located in an area of high growth, land appreciation contributes   Timber Marketing Marketing is the process of selling timber to obtain its true fair market value.

This publication discusses key points that a woodland owner should consider when marketing timber. It should be read in conjunc-tion with FNR, How to Get The Most From Your Timber Sale.

Achieving a reasonable financial return on a timber   The Tongass National Forest (/ ˈ t ɒ ŋ ɡ ə s /) in Southeast Alaska is the largest national forest in the United States at million acres (68, km 2).Most of its area is part of the temperate rain forest WWF ecoregion, itself part of the larger Pacific temperate rain forest WWF ecoregion, and is remote enough to be home to many species of endangered and rare flora and :// The Right vs.

the Wrong Way by Peter Smallidge Timber in farm woodlots and rural woodlands may offer economic opportunities for the landowner. In addition to best management practices that protect the health and productivity of your woods, there are also financial considerations for the owner’s attention.

Selling timber includes special tax considerations, but at   marked on land where 10 acres or more is to be harvest if the cutting is being done within feet of the property line. The Forest Practices Act, local zoning and timber harvesting ordinances, DEP and LURC regulations will be observed where applicable.

In addition to the fore going laws, the landowner and logging contractor will /uploads//08/ Landowner Willingness to Engage in Long-Term Timber Leases in West Virginia, USA.

long-term timber contracts were common in south-eastern USA. In a survey of Private forest-land owners of   The word forest derives from the Old French forest (also forès), denoting "forest, vast expanse covered by trees"; forest was first introduced into English as the word denoting wild land set aside for hunting without the necessity in definition of having trees on the land.

Possibly a borrowing, probably via Frankish or Old High German, of the Medieval Latin foresta, denoting "open wood Timber Sale, Stewardship, and Forest Products Contracts and Permits.

The Forest Service sells timber and special forest products on a variety of contract and permit forms based on the complexity and/or value of the sale. Guidance for the use of these forms can be found in Forest Service Handbook (FSH)Chap Sections 53 and  › Forest Service Home.

The land hadn’t been logged in 25 or 30 years, and they realized that selling timber could bring in cash, Mr. Crocker said. They’ve since harvested twice, netting about $15, he :// /   Land Expectation Value Calculation in Timberland Valuation Appraisers often use discounted cash flow (DCF) techniques to value timber and timberland.

Land expectation value (LEV) is a standard DCF technique applied to many timberland situations. LEV calculates the value of bare land in perpetual timber production and is often used to value even-   Timberland is priced higher than its timberland value because sellers have reclassified it for an economically “higher and better use (HBU),” namely as second homes.

Where $/acre might be the market price for timberland that’s used for producing timber, $2, an acre might be right for the same woods marketed as a homesite lot for sale to an urban buyer wanting a second :// Is there a requirement to complete a plan before undertaking a forest management or forest protection activity.

If your land is in an area with a Riparian Buffer Rule, you must have a forest management plan or be enrolled in the county Present Use Value tax program to harvest timber within the designated Riparian Buffer Rule   South Africa has a plantation area of more than million hectares, representing only % of the land area.

This percentage compares poorly to the 30% of the USA and the 67% of Japan. One of the largest afforested areas in South Africa (an area of million hectares) is   Revenue from the sale of Tasmanian forest products from public land rose by more than 19% last year to $ million, according to Sustainable Timber Tasmania’s annual report.

Source: Philip Hopkins for Timberbiz A $ million increase in the value of the managed forest, plus othe   Commercial logging, simply put, is timber harvested from forests with the intent to sell (as opposed to small-scale logging which is more often for domestic or local use).

While not representative of all timber products harvested and traded, inglobal industrial production of roundwood (felled wood, prior to being processed for sawnwood, pulp, etc.) totaled 1, million cubic meters   The country forest areas contain all type of African red wood trees for mahogany timbers.

i will be interested to work with your organisation to established timber company for exportation. We have thousands acre of forest land that will produce huge quantity of African red wood and other tree timbers for the international ://   Depletion for timber is based upon the cost of your property when you acquired it.

It is possible to have a depletion deduction greater than the amount received for the timber cut, resulting in a loss for tax purposes.

Question: “My tax preparer told me that I could not report the income from the sale of my timber as long-term capital   For Economic and Revenue Forecasts from and prior years, contact the Office of Budget and Economics by phone atby fax ator by email at [email protected] Novem FORECAST SUMMARY.

Lumber and Log Prices. Lumber prices in increased through the year from $/mbf to $/mbf, averaging $/mbf for   Texas Timber Price Trends is a bimonthly publication of the Texas Forest Service reporting average prices paid for standing timber, commonly called the "stumpage price." Average stumpage prices are calculated from actual timber sales as reported by more than 60 cooperators active in the East Texas timber In an effort to assure a stable raw material supply for their plants, many forest industry firms in the South have negotiated various types of long-term contracts with private timberland :// If you own timber, it is inevitable that at some point in your ownership a timber sale will take place, even though many landowners may only have one timber sale during their land tenure.

The sale of timber can be a pleasant income-earning opportunity, or it can be an unexpected nightmare. The success or Forest tenure reform has no doubt attained significant gains in promoting social justice and equity in the forest sector, through legal recognition of the communities’ property rights over forest lands in many developing countries.

This includes the right to harvest and market trees that the communities planted. Along these lines, the Philippines’ community-based forest management (CBFM timber extraction by foreign multinational corporations.

The Forest Stewardship Council _____ national forest land. The forests in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan from which your text book was made are _____. harvested using ecosystem-based management.

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This book contains the timber notices of sale and maps for each timber sale scheduled to be auctioned. More specific information can be obtained by contacting the appropriate region office at the number listed on the back cover of this book.

The timber notice of sale is a summary of sale information. For more specific information, Legal rights to harvest. All natural forest in the country has been grouped according to a national forest land use classification.

Timber harvesting rights are granted for permanent production forests on public domain through a forest concessions system, and for private or community forest holdings through harvesting permits or harvesting ://    conclude long-term labour contracts with his employees, in which working conditions and payment of a socially adequate kind and amount are laid down in a juridical way.

Labour contracts are based on tariff agreements. The contractor should contribute to the content of   Land use and forestry regulation for Policy Under EU legislation adopted in MayEU Member States have to ensure that greenhouse gas emissions from land use, land use change or forestry are offset by at least an equivalent removal of The Sessoms Timber Trust is a family-held timber company, consisting of approximat acres (ac) (20, hectares (ha)) of pine timberland, located in the lower coastal plain of southeast Georgia (Figure ).The economy of southeast Georgia is historically and currently particularly dependent on forest markets, with Savannah as a major port allowing access to international :// State land: State Forest Land that is managed privately, either by Communities, individuals, households or the Forest Administration.

Agreements for granting rights to plant trees must be obtained. NTFP and Timber from Social Land Concessions. State private land that   Land use and forestry – which include our use of soils, trees, plants, biomass and timber – can thus contribute to a robust climate policy.

Removal, emission and storage In relation to climate change, forestry and agriculture are about removals, emissions and :// Myanmar’s SFM Standards for Natural and Plantation Forests contain a principle, criterion, indicators and verifiers to define and protect ‘long-term tenure and use rights to the land and forest resources’.

In Myanmar implemented a forest activity “Community Monitoring and Reporting System”. Woodland Improvement Grant. Sustainable Management of Forests. Harvesting and Processing. Forest Infrastructure. Forestry Co-operation.

Before you apply for grants under the Forestry Grant Scheme, please read the option guidance to ensure that your application meets the eligibility rules for the options you are applying for and to ensure that   Land-Grant-Based Timber Corporations. Today Plum Creek, Weyerhaeuser, Potlatch, and Boise Cascade are based on the railroad grant forests which, in turn, are based on the conditions of the and contracts.

Plum Creek Timber Company is a direct corporate successor of   A recent article on LANDTHINK entitled, “Top 20 Questions for Land Buyers” garnered a lot of attention and created quite a bit of controversy among LANDTHINK readers. I read many of the comments, and started thinking about what my list of questions would look like as I perform due diligence for myself or my clients when considering a ://