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The Units of Lasting Forests

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The Forests Themselves

Like a group of national or state forests, the Lasting Forests are a group of lands owned privately but under the management of the Lasting Forests staff. All of the forests have similar signs, markers, and a common appearance and are managed together to gain economies of scale and opportunities as well as buying power for labor, services, equipment, and supplies (e.g., fertilizer and fencing). Planning is done with The Trevey (listed later) and a variety of annual financial gains are well as those from periodic, planned harvests in select areas. Some direct ownership is planned, otherwise "Associated Forests" are involved.

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Units closely related to the Main and Associated Forests are:

Other Units, All Highly Related:

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