Summary

Project Attempts to Stem the Tide of African-American Land Loss through Active Forest Management Research Training and Outreach Activities. The decline in rural African-American landholdings over the past century has been dramatic, dropping from a peak of about 15 million acres for International Paper and the current director of sustainable forestry for the Center for Heirs’ Property Preservation in 1910 to less than 2 million today.

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  • Title: Stemming the Tide of African-American Land Loss through Active Forest Management
  • Description: Newsletter article
  • Authority: Expert
  • Subject: Project Attempts to Stem the Tide of African-American Land Loss through Active Forest Management
  • Date: 2016-02
  • Creator: Josh McDaniel
  • Contributor: John Schelhas
  • Format: pdf
  • Coverage: USA, Southeast
  • Data integrity check passed: Yes
  • Unique Database ID: 4608
  • Language: English
  • Methodology: Reporter created
  • Publisher: Leaves of Change
  • Relation: U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities
  • Rights: Copyright by The SC Tree Farm News
  • Source: https://www.interfacesouth.org/products/leaves/project-attempts-to-stem-the-tide-of-african-american-land-loss-through-active-forest-management/?searchterm=african-american
  • Type: Digital document
  • Version: 1.0.0