Updated Specialty Forest Product Series Brochures
Four popular publications have been updated and re-released through partnerships with the Arbor Day Foundation and Scott Josiah, Nebraska State Forester. These publications cover four important topics: Productive Conservation, Marketing Specialty Forest Products, Hybrid Hazelnuts, and Edible Woody Landscapes for People and Wildlife.
In addition to its own brochures and periodicals, NAC distributes agroforestry-related publications from other institutions.
Specialty Forest Product Series
These color brochures are produced by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension, National Arbor Day Foundation, SARE, and USDA National Agroforestry Center. They detail the production and marketing of specialty forest products.
- Marketing Specialty Forest Products (4 pages)
- Productive Conservation: Growing Specialty Forest Products In Agroforestry Plantings (4 pages)
- Edible Woody Landscapes For People And Wildlife (4 pages)
- Hybrid Hazelnuts: An Agroforesty Opportunity (4 pages)
These color brochures are produced by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension, and North Dakota State University. They provide recommendations on all facets of windbreak technology.
- How Windbreaks Work (4 pages)
- Windbreak Establishment (4 pages)
- Windbreaks For Livestock Operations (6 pages)
- Windbreaks For Rural Living (6 pages)
- Windbreak Management (6 pages)
- Windbreaks For Snow Management (4 pages)
- Windbreaks And Wildlife (8 pages)
- Windbreaks In Sustainable Agricultural Systems (4 pages)
- Windbreak Renovation (6 pages)
- Field Windbreaks (6 pages)
- Windbreaks For Fruit And Vegetable Crops (6 pages)
Profitable Farms and Woodlands: A Practical Guide to Agroforestry for Landowners, Farmers and Ranchers
The purpose of the guide is to assist underserved and limited resources farmers and woodland owners to adopt best management technologies in agroforestry. (28 pages)
Windbreaks For Conservation
Windbreaks offer a wide variety of conservation and production benefits. Considerations for planning, establishing, and managing windbreaks are detailed in this bulletin. (28 pages)
Silvopasture: Establishment & Management Principles For Pine Forests In The Southeastern United States
This field guide provides detailed technical principles for the tree, livestock, and forage components of silvopasture. (72 pages)
Topeka - Urban/Rural Watershed Solutions
Examples from Topeka, Kansas illustrate successful stormwater management practices. (4 pages)
Topeka - Sustainable Development: Moving Toward A Greener Community
As this Midwestern community grows, it is incorporating green infrastructure to ensure sustainability for its residents. (32 pages)
Common Insect Pests Of Trees In The Great Plains
Identify and manage common insect pests of trees in the Great Plains. This publication is designed for those with no formal training in entomology and is not intended to summarize everything known about a particular insect. (52 pages)
Agroforestry In The United States: Research And Technology Transfer Needs For The Next Millennium
This report, produced by the Association For Temperate Agroforestry (AFTA), identifies high priority research questions and technology transfer needs for each agroforestry practice. (32 pages)
Kansas City Region - Green Infrastructure: Designing With Nature
Communities in the Kansas City metro area are responding to growth pressures by working together, using a variety of tools to implement green infrastructure. (4 pages)
1997 Report: Integrating Agroforestry into USDA Programs
USDA National Agroforestry Center Summary Report: FY 2010
Diseases Of Trees In The Great Plains
This technical report provides assistance in the diagnosis and control of tree diseases encountered in the Great Plains. It contains 64 articles on tree diseases prepared by 31 authors. (164 pages)
Publications Available Elsewhere
- Discovering Profits In Unlikely Places: Agroforestry Opportunities For Added Income (PDF)
A guide to finding profit niches on your farm, and a variety of color illustrations and suggestions on various agroforestry practices. For use by private landowners, farmers, and natural resource professionals. Provided by the University of Minnesota Extension.
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