Renewable and sustainable in Idaho forests

Idaho forests are managed for today and generations to come

A sustainable forest is managed to meet current environmental, economic and social needs while assuring future generations the opportunity to meet those same needs.  All Idaho forestland owners must comply with state and federal environmental laws that protect forest resources. Many forest owners also enroll in voluntary certification programs that provide consumers with third-party verification of sustainable management practices.

 

In this section, you’ll learn about forest sustainability; voluntary certification programs and find more links to learn more about the subject.  

FOREST FACT: Idaho’s Forest Practices Act makes forestland renewability and sustainability a legal responsibility.

Click the image to watch a short Forest Fast Break video about sustainability or watch here.

Click the image to learn more about the question, ‘Are Idaho Forest Renewable and Sustainable?’ here.

Watch a video called Sustainability and Idaho Forests here.

 

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