Kansas Forest Service
The Kansas Forest Service provides programs in community forestry, forest health, forest inventory, and fire management. Conservation trees are provided at low cost for windbreaks, wildlife habitat, Christmas tree farms, wood lots, and timber plantations.
The Kansas landscape is a diverse array of private and publicly managed natural resources: some for production of timber and other resource-based products, some for protection (e.g. natural areas, mitigated wetlands, conservation easements), and some for specialized use as parks. K-State faculty in the Department of Horticulture, Forestry and Recreation Resources produce and disseminate research-based information.
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