2 edition of Timber theft on public and private lands in NYS found in the catalog.
Timber theft on public and private lands in NYS
New York (State). Legislature. Legislative Commission on Rural Resources.
|Statement||[co-sponsored by] Senator Patricia K. McGee, chairwoman, NYS Legislative Commission on Rural Resources [and] Senator Nancy Larraine Hoffmann, chairwoman, NYS Senate Committee on Agriculture.|
|Contributions||McGee, Patricia K., Hoffmann, Nancy Larraine., New York (State). Legislature. Senate. Standing Committee on Agriculture|
|LC Classifications||SD144.N7 N49 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
Reforestation, planting stands of pine and walnut, harvesting damaged and diseased trees, pruning, thinning, establishing rue control, construction of check dams to prevent erosion, and control of open range grazing were applied to cut-over land according to need. Control of timber theft from public lands was an especially thorny problem. Aaron Gilland, who runs a timber security company called Dendro Resources recently made timber theft the subject of his March article, Illegal Logging Hurts Worldwide. Per Aaron: Although they may disagree on just about everything else, in the US Congress all parties can come together when it comes to stopping illegal logging. The bonding between long-standing rivals goes even further.
1. If any person, without the consent of the owner thereof, cuts, removes, injures or destroys, or causes to be cut, removed, injured or destroyed, any underwood, tree or timber on the land of another or on the common or other land of a city, village, town or county, or damages the land in the course thereof, an action may be maintained against such person for treble the stumpage value of the. "The lands now or hereafter constituting the Forest Preserve shall be forever kept as wild forest lands. They shall not be sold, nor shall they be leased or taken by any person or corporation, public or private."-- New York State Legislature, i Common Legal Questions: Landowner Liability for Draining or Filing Wetlands PREFACE The following guide addresses frequently asked questions with regard to the liability of public or private landowners for filling or draining wetlands pursuant to various common law legal theories such as nuisance, trespass, and violation of riparian rights.
Since a majority of Iowa is controlled by private landowners, trees of this magnitude only exist on small portions of public lands and represent a unique timeline that has now been destroyed. The timber theft was not a harmless act of vandalism or someone desperately searching for firewood. New York’s forests owned by about , non-industrial private owners, and the recognition of the economic significance of the forest in many rural areas, there is a need for an improved understanding of the factors that affect timber markets and management. Private Forest Landownership in Washington State 6 Table 2. Washington’s Public and Private Forests, Forest land Timberland Ownership Acres Percent Acres Percent Entire State To, 16,, Pub, 53% 7,, 44% Private 9,, 47% 8,, 56%.
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NYFOA. PO Box Lima, NY PHONE: EMAIL: [email protected] LET'S GET SOCIAL. Although timber theft has long plagued public ebook, a recent spate of burl poaching, with 18 known cases in the last year, has forced park officials to close an eight-mile drive through old.