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Sustainably Managing Minnesota’s Forest Resources
The Minnesota Forest Resources Partnership was organized in 1995 and is recognized in State Statute (Section 89A.04). It is a voluntary, self-funded partnership of forest landowners, managers and professional loggers dedicated to improving the health and productivity of Minnesota’s forest resources and economically viable forest dependent communities.

It is the mission of the Minnesota Forest Resources Partnership to implement and coordinate scientifically based, technically and economically feasible forest management practices to provide sustainable forest resources and promote economic viability.

Partnership News & Programs
Around the Woods

Overstory treatment and planting season affect survival of replacement tree species in emerald ash borer threatened Fraxinus nigra forests in Minnesota, USA

MN Deer Management Plan

Update on Northern Long-eared Bat in Minnesota

System Planning Report and Recommendations

Forest Industry Competitiveness Report

Bioeconomy Action Plan

Cost of Energy Action Plan

Environmental Review Action Plan

Wood Fiber Action Plan

SIFA Action Plan

Taxation Action Plan

Transportation Action Plan

Presentation Powerpoints Available for Download

MFRP Guidance for Black Ash

MFRP White Paper on Productivity

MFRP to Participate in tour of Scandinavian Forests

Challenges to Increased Productivity: Survey results

Strategies to Achieving Increased Timber Productivity / Availability, from March Working Meeting

October Productivity Conference Action Team Summaries and Background Documents:

Silviculture Action Team
Silviculture AT Background
Silviculture Action Team Progress Report

Family Forest Action Team
Family Forest AT Background
Family Forest Action Team Progress Report

Information Management Action Team
Information Management AT Background
Information Management AT Progress Report

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