Forest Management

The long-term sustainability of Missouri forests is important for the local communities and businesses that depend upon timber for their livelihood, and the conservation benefits that forests provide to all Missourians. Many of the MoFRAC member organizations work extensively in researching and implementing management techniques to ensure that Missouri continues to have healthy and diverse forests and woodlands, and as such, a robust forest products industry.

U.S. Forest Service Landscape Restoration Projects

The Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program provides funding for ecological restoration projects on National Forest System lands.  Additional details about the national program and the local restoration project can be found on the U.S. Forest Service website.

USFS Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Project

Missouri Pine-Oak Woodlands Restoration Project

Green Horizons Newsletter

Green Horizons is published quarterly by the University of Missouri Center for Agroforestry and the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources.

Small Missouri Forests and Carbon Trading

This report’s objective was to identify the barriers to enrollment of Missouri’s managed small (<200 acre) family forests in a carbon offset program and develop a plan of action to minimize those barriers.