Spencer R. Meyer
In 2012, the Center for Research on Sustainable Forests (CRSF) completed its second year under an expanded mission to serve the needs of all forest stakeholders in Maine. Building on its rich tradition of working with industrial partners to conduct research related to commercial forestry in the state, the CRSF now strives to solve the challenges of three distinct segments of Maine’s 17 million acres of forest: Commercial Forests, Family Forests, and Conservation Lands. With a renewed focus on relevant, stakeholder-driven research, the CRSF has emerged as a key source of scientific information about all of these forest resources.
Center for Research on Sustainable Forests, "Center for Research on Sustainable Forests 2012 Annual Report" (2012). General University of Maine Publications. 1739.
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