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Draft below-cost timber sales assessment
|Other titles||Draft below cost timber sales assessment|
|Contributions||United States. Forest Service|
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|Pagination||31 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||31|
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A R 59/7/TIMBER Draft below cost timber sales assessment Rocky Mountain Region E R D technology transfer an overview A ST 8/4 miles of streams and acres of lakes are waiting just for you fish your Pacific Northwest National Forests A W 15/7. 4. List Sales 5. Ending Inventory at Retail Price 6. Calculate the cost ratio. Divide goods available for sale at cost by goods available for sales at retail 7. Multiply the ending retail price by the cost ratio. 8. Calculate the Cost of Goods Sold.
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Get this from a library. Draft below-cost timber sales assessment: [Rocky Mountain Region]. [United States. Forest Service.;]. The Forest Service sells some timber at prices that are less than the agency costs to administer the timber program.
This report discusses these "below-cost" timber sales that have been debated by Congress for more than a decade, but no policy to address the issue has been adopted legislatively or by: 3.
Reid, Below-Cost Timber Sales: A No-Answer Policy Question. 12 Western Wildlands 22 (). Daniels and Daniels, The Impact of Below-Cost Timber Sales On Community Stability, 12 Western Wildla 27 (). Dowdle, Below-Cost Timber Sales: A Macro View, 12 Western Wildlands 31 () Risbrudt, supra note 4.
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Below-Cost Timber Sales: An Overview Summary The USDA Forest Service (FS) sells some timber at prices that are less than the agency expenses to administer the timber program.
These below-cost timber sales have been debated by Congress sporadically for more than two decades, but no policy to address the issue has been adopted legislatively or administratively.
Below-Cost Timber Sales: An Overview Financial losses from timber sales by the USDA Forest Service (FS) have been a persistent concern. 1 The possibility of losses was first raised in a report that caught the attention of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior and Related Agencies.
Status: Closed - Not Implemented. Comments: The Forest Service has studied the below-cost issue since the early 's and had a draft policy in late The current administration did not pursue the draft policy and decreased the emphasis of the timber program, which not only dramatically reduced the size of the traditional program, but significantly changed the nature of the program from.
Below-cost timber sales: analysis of a forest policy issue by Schuster, Ervin G; Jones, J. Greg; Intermountain Research Station (Ogden, Utah) Publication date Topics Timber United States Publisher Ogden, UT: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Pages: Descriptive Summary Abstract: Robert Wolf () was a professional forester and a forest policy analyst in Washington, D.C.
whose career spanned 45 years with the USDA Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management, the Bureau of the Budget, the U.S. Senate, and the Congressional Research Service. The collection includes correspondence, reports, position papers, research data, maps.
Below-cost timber sales - sales where the federal government makes less from the sale than it cost to build access roads and sell the timber - emerged as a controversy in national forest management as the nation's economy came under stress in the late s.
Inthe Forest Service asked The Conservation Foundation to look at the below-cost. Delivered at Below-Cost Sales and Conference on the Economics of National Forest Timber Sales, FebruarySpokane, Washington (with William F.
Hyde). "Marginal Cost Pricing and Efficient Management of Public Campgrounds," Delivered to Symposium of Leisure Research, National Recreation and Park Association.
GAO reviewed the Forest Service's Timber Sale Program Information Reporting System (TSPIRS). GAO found that: (1) overall, the Service continued to make progress in testing and implementing TSPIRS; (2) TSPIRS accounting for road costs was consistent with the basic system design outlined in a GAO report and was appropriate for cost accounting purposes, but alternative methods existed; (3) TSPIRS.
Draft below-cost timber sales assessment: [Rocky Mountain Region] (Denver, Colo.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, ), by United States Forest Service (page images at HathiTrust) Visual Quality Objectives in douglas-fir forests / (Portland, OR: The Unit, [?]), by Ronald M.
Walters and United States. Forest Service. Produce a timber sale implementation plan (project plan) that is useful in preparing timber sales during sale plan implementation (Gate 3). Consider activities on lands within and adjacent to the proposed project area in the sale analysis.
- Line Officer Responsibility. Line. Located in the Alexander Archipelago of southeast Alaska, the Tongass National Forest (Figure ) is the largest national forest in the United total land area of the national forest encompasses nearly 17 million acres (ac) (about million hectares (ha)) currently allocated to a number of very large potential land : Pete Bettinger, Krista Merry, Mehmet Demirci, Anna M.
Klepacka. System wide over the five-year period there were / timber sales (98%) where revenue exceeded costs. System wide, income (revenue less cost) from all timber sales for FY was $11, ($12, - $,). DoF sales over the five-year period were purchased by 39 different agents/buyers from a pool of licensed timber buyers.
Below-cost timber sales: hearing before the Subcommittee on Agricultural Research, Conservation, Forestry, and General Legislation of the Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry, United States Senate, One Hundred Third Congress, first session, on the Clinton administration's below-cost timber sale policy, J by United : Much of the long-range land and resource management planning was placed in the hands of forest specialists.
Public controversy erupted over the management requirements for wildlife, water and soils, old-growth timber, disposition of remaining roadless areas, road construction costs, and below-cost timber sales in the NFMA planning process.
Quantity linear ft. Collection Number Mss Summary Arnold W. Bolle was a leading figure in the Montana conservation movement. The collection contains writings, correspondence, research, and other materials from Arnold Bolle’s career in the Soil Conservation Service, as a forestry professor at The University of Montana, his work on A University View of the Forest Service, and the.
Folder 6: Congressional Testimony on Forest Service Budget and Below-Cost Timber Sales, Folder 7: Completed, Signed, Public Opinion Polls on Clearcutting. Folder 8: Wilderness Society Report, Folder 9: WNC Alliance Forest Management Force Meeting Notes.
property using an installment sales contract, he assumed an existing loan, which exceeded Joan's basis in the property. The amount of the assumed loan over Joan's basis will be A.
deducted from Joan's basis. B. treated as part of the sales price. C. added to Joan's basis. D. treated as part of the down payment whether cash was received or not.The impact of below-cost timber sales on community stability; The importance of fire in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. The impossible lie; Improving elk forage: range research along the Sun River.
In and out of the Tule Lake Segregation Center: Japanese internment in the West, In Browning. In commemoration: Merrill G. Burlingame.The timber * projects in the National Forests involve "below-cost" timber sales, in which timber in the National Forests is sold for prices that do not cover the costs to the Forest Service, including the cost of making the sale and reforestation afterwards.