Categories: Forest Management

Virginia Forest Stand Plan Template

March 15, 2021 - Standard template to be used as a base document with individual information modified as needed and general format and structure to remain consistent.

Virginia Land-Use Plan Template

March 15, 2021 - Standard template to be used as a base document with individual information modified as needed and general format and structure to remain consistent.

Reforestation Banner-up (HQ)

March 12, 2021 - VDOF Exhibit available for event displays. Type: Banner-up, Size: 3 ft., Use: Indoor Use, Position: center. These banner-up displays are easy to set up and may be used in a variety of combinations to meet different needs. Each banner-up is approximately 3 feet wide and is designed to be used individually or in groups of 2 or 3. The design concept places each panel in a left, center or right... Read More

Stewardship Planning Banner-up (HQ)

March 12, 2021 - VDOF Exhibit available for event displays. Type: Banner-up, Size: 3 ft., Use: Indoor Use, Position: left. These banner-up displays are easy to set up and may be used in a variety of combinations to meet different needs. Each banner-up is approximately 3 feet wide and is designed to be used individually or in groups of 2 or 3. The design concept places each panel in a left, center or right... Read More

Manage Your Forest (HQ)

March 12, 2021 - VDOF Exhibit available for event displays. Type: Artwork, Size: various, Use: Indoor Use, Artwork and products for 6 ft. or 10 ft. display). Set of artwork pieces with title piece on laminate with velcro backing which can be used on any hardware display with fabric panels. Artwork can be chosen and arranged as needed based on the event and audience. Recommended for use with the panel displays or curved pop-up... Read More

Forest Management Planning

March 1, 2021 - Identifies the different types of management plans in Virginia that are developed by VDOF and provides guidance to foresters on the information that is included in each type of plan and how these plans may interact with each other. Examples include: Forest Stewardship Plans, State-Owned Land Plans, Land-Use Plans, Conservation Activity Plans (CAP) #106, Tree Farm Plans, and Cost-Share/Practice/Stand Plans.