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Money doesn’t grow on trees: a perspective on prospects for
making forestry pay
T. Enters, P.B. Durst and C. Brown
What does it take to promote forest plantation development?
Incentives for tree-growing in countries of the Pacific rim
CPF Sourcebook on Funding for Sustainable Forest Management
Locating funding for forestry activities online: FAO’s database
of funding sources for sustainable forest management
Getting effective forestry research results from scarce resources
Charging for forest recreation
J.M. Rodríguez Zúñiga
Paying for forest environmental services: the Costa Rican experience
The role of the greenhouse gas market in making forestry pay
P.G. Walsh, C.V.M. Barton and K.D. Montagu
Macquarie catchment pilot project, New South Wales, Australia:
a cost-effective, market-based approach to reducing salinity
through tree planting
V.K. Agyeman, K.A. Marfo, K.R. Kasanga, E. Danso, A.B. Asare,
O.M. Yeboah and F. Agyeman
Revising the taungya plantation system: new revenue-sharing
proposals from Ghana
Community-based wildlife management in Africa
Wild edible mushrooms from the forests of America’s Pacific Northwest:
a non-wood forest product that pays
C. Holding Anyonge and J.M. Roshetko
Farm-level timber production: orienting farmers towards the market
Support to private and community farm forestry in China
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