An area of privately owned forest land dedicated by its owner to the growing and harvesting of repeated forest crops. The name has been copyrighted by the American Forest Institute for its exclusive use.
A privately owned forest (woodland) in which producing timber crops is a major management goal. Additionally, it may be recognized as a Tree Farm by the American Tree Farm System, an organization sponsored by the American Forest Institute, Washington, DC.
a privately owned forest managed on a multiple use basis with timber production as an important management goal.
See tree plantation.
a forest (or part of a forest) where trees are grown for commercial use
a forest of usually fast-growing trees planted by humans in order to either replace already-logged forests or to substitute for their absence
an area of forest land managed to ensure continuous commercial production
a privately owned forest dedicated to producing renewable and sustainable crops of forest products while protecting the soil, water, range, aesthetic, recreation, wood, fish and wildlife resources
a privately owned forest, managed to produce continuous crops of trees with added benefits of enhanced wildlife habitat, improved watershed protection, increased outdoor recreational opportunities and enhanced aesthetic values
a privately owned forest managed to produce timber with added benefits of improved wildlife habitat, water quality, recreation, and scenic values
a simplified and specialized area under cultivation as an economic crop of selected trees
a sort of 'harvested' forest, not a natural growing forest
A tract of land on which trees are regenerated, cultured, managed and harvested as a crop primarily for commercial purposes.
An area planted by a governmental agency, a private company, or an individual, usually limited to one or a few fast-growing species, typically to be harvested on a short cycle of 40 to 80 years.
A privately owned woodland in which the production of wood fibre is a primary management goal, as distinct from a tree nursery, fruit orchard, or landscape business. Propriété forestière de production
A tree farm is privately owned forest managed for timber crop production. The term tree farm is also used to refer to plantations and to tree nurseries.