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Economic and marketing implications of special forest products harvest in the coastal Pacific Northwest

Economic and marketing implications of special forest products harvest in the coastal Pacific Northwest

Western Journal of Applied Forestry 6(3): 67-72

'Special forest products' is the term given to plants, often harvested from the forest understorey, which are processed and marketed as ornamental greenery or as floral arrangements. Data from a questionnaire survey of special forest products businesses in Washington, Oregon (USA) and southern British Columbia (Canada) are presented and discussed.

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