Sustainable woody bioenergy: a new organizational foundation for forestry in the intermountain west
The intermountain west region is experiencing a foundational change in the way it approaches forestry. Sustainable woody bioenergy is playing a central role in the reshaping as old organizing approaches no longer work. The lens in which we view forestry is moving from one dominated by government control, timber and a strong private industry to one with a mix of private sector and civic sector entities stepping up to meet declining public sector capacities and investments. A “sweet spot” is forming around collaborative community-scaled woody bioenergy which enables agreement between communities, ...
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