Forestland Steward provides access to technical information to help landowners become better stewards. Archive: https://placerrcd.org/sample-page-2/forestland-steward-newsletters/
|Reforestation: Tools for renewal|| |
The winter 2020 issue looks at tree planting benefits and changes in state stocking standards.
|Wildfire: Cleaning up, making plans|| |
The spring 2019 issue covers wildfire recovery tips and use of CFIP.
|Top priority! Restoring forest health|| |
The fall 2018 issue looks at new state goals and funding to improve forest health.
|Using Prescribed Fire to Better Forest Health|| |
This spring 2018 issue focuses on the need for reducing forest density to improve forest health with a focus on the use of prescribed fire on private lands.
|Restoring forest health|| |
This summer 2017 edition focuses on forests undergoing rapid transition with ideas on how to recover forest health and create more resilient ecosystems.
|Don't Give Up!|| |
The Winter 2017 issue covers what to do to recover from disaster, what to do and where to start.
|Unprecedented Tree Mortality|| |
The Summer 2016 Newsletter describes the unprecedented tree mortality occurring in California and suggests strategies for resisting beetles and dealing with dead and dying trees.
|We're 20!|| |
The Spring 2016 Newsletter celebrates two decade of thoughtful forest stewardship by reviewing the content of previous newsletters and looking to the future.
|Post fire: Now what|| |
The Fall 2015/Winter 2016 issue of Forestland Steward is more than a how-to for landowners in the burn areas. It can also help those whose forests are still intact anticipate some of the issues that may affect you in the future
|Forests: part of the climate solution|| |
This edition of the Forestland Steward FALL 2014/winter 2015 explores climate change and carbon in forests.
|Another year of drought|| |
This Summer 2014 issue of the Forestland Steward examines impacts of the drought on California forestland.
|Forestry Assistance for Landowners|| |
This winter and spring 2014 issue of the Forestland Steward Newsletter explores the current landowner assistance programs available.
|Fungi in the Forest|| |
This Fall 2013 issue of Forestland Steward examines the role of fungi in forest management.
|California’s native landscape|| |
This summer 2013 issue of Forestland Steward explores chaparral vegetation in California.
|Prescribed fire|| |
This spring 2013 issue of the Forestland Stewardship newsletter looks at prescribed fire: an important management tool.
|Forest Regeneration Starts with the Seeds|| |
This winter 2013 issue of Forestland Steward describes the state of forest regeneration and planting stock in California.
|Fire Adapted Communities|| |
This Fall 2012 issue of Forestland Steward examines the need for fire adapted communities.
|Managing Your Forest in Changing Times|| |
This summer 2012 issue of Forestland Steward talks about emerging threats to California forests.
|Gotta plan?|| |
This winter 2012 issue of Forestland Steward looks at the development of forest management plans.
|Forestland Steward Newsletter Fall 2011|| |
This issue of the Forestland Steward Newsletter focuses on the benefits and management of mountain meadows.
|Forestland Steward Newsletter Summer 2011|| |
This issue of the Forestland Steward Newsletter focuses on the art and science of cultivating trees (silviculture) in CA.
|Forestland Steward Newsletter Spring 2011|| |
This issue of the Forestland Steward Newsletter focuses on forest land succession planning.
|Forestland Steward Newsletter Winter 2011|| |
This issue of the Forestland Steward Newsletter focuses on Community Forestry in California.
|Forestland Steward Newsletter Fall 2010|| |
This issue of the Forestland Steward Newsletter focuses on forest biomass use.
|Forestland Steward Newsletter Summer 2010|| |
This issue of the Forestland Steward Newsletter focuses on balancing wildlife needs with fuels management.
|Forestland Steward Newsletter Spring 2010|| |
This issue of the Forestland Steward Newsletter focuses on the lessons learned about fuel treatments after the Angora fire in 2007.