Important and Useful Forestry Resources
This website contains information, resources, publications, and big ideas about how to steward forest land in California.
This educational series has been developed to provide owners of California forestland with a comprehensive source of information pertinent to the management and enjoyment of their lands.
These workshops are designed to help landowners develop plans to improve and protect their forest lands in an ecologically and economically sustainable manner.
Berkeley Forests operates five research forests throughout the state to develop and test appropriate management strategies for forested watersheds that will flourish under different climate change scenarios.
This website contains information, big ideas and stories from people who share a vision and a passion for their family forest.
The Department of Forestry and Fire Protection serves and safeguards the people and protects the property and resources of California.
RPFs are individuals who are licensed to practice the profession of forestry, and whose activities have an impact upon the ecology of forested landscapes and the quality of the forest environment, within the State of California.
A quarterly newsletter, The Forestland Steward, has information on a broad range of topics from over 20 years of publication.
The purpose of the California Forest Improvement Program (CFIP) is to encourage private and public investment in, and improved management of, California forest lands and resources.
Cal Fire offers several grant opportunities each with its own scope and funding priorities.
The Board of Forestry and Fire Protection is responsible for developing the general forest policy of the state, determining the guidance policies of the Department, and representing the state's interest in federal forestland in California.
The CalVTP defines the vegetation treatment activities and associated environmental protections to reduce the risk of loss of lives and property, reduce fire suppression costs, restore ecosystems, and protect natural resources as well as other assets at risk from wildfire.
The Forest Practice Act was enacted in 1973 to ensure that logging is done in a manner that will preserve and protect our fish, wildlife, forests and streams.
NRCS works with farmers, ranchers and forest landowners across
the country to help them boost agricultural productivity and protect
our natural resources through conservation.
EQIP provides financial and technical assistance to agricultural producers to address natural resource concerns and deliver environmental benefits
Web Soil Survey (WSS) provides soil data and information produced by the National Cooperative Soil Survey.
The mission of the Mendocino County Resource Conservation District (MCRCD) is to conserve, protect and restore wild and working landscapes to enhance the health of the water, soil and forests in Mendocino County.
The Sonoma RCD’s mission is to empower and partner with landowners and the community to address Sonoma County’s most pressing natural resource concerns.
CLFA represents the common interests of the State's Registered Professional Foresters with a membership responsible for the sustainable management of California’s forest lands.
(Circa 1940) A 10min video and very worth watching.
Katy Tajha, 2013. Arcadia Publishing. Note that this link takes you to a preview of the book.