Economics

Economics play a major role when making decisions regarding your woodland. Read further below to learn more.

TAXES

Learn more about tax incentives, tax credits and tax deductions available to help you manage your woods more affordably.

COST-SHARE PROGRAMS

Cost-share programs available under the USDA  Farm Bill  and through state agencies can provide the financial assistance and technical know-how that you need to manage your land.

NON-TIMBER FOREST PRODUCTS

Humans have always harvested wood for products—timber, fuel, paper, and wild herbs—to meet their needs. Today, markets exist for a variety of other forest products and amenities, including biofuel, carbon credits, conservation easements, and water credits.