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Landowner Datasets

As part of our ongoing commitment to the advancement of tools and science that will help the non-industrial forest landowner, RTI is involved with many case-studies around the State of Washington. The landowners who work with RTI on these case-studies benefit from the expertise at the College of Forest Resources with regard to forest management techniques and data collection.

The City of Colville, WA is considering removal of disease infested trees on Colville Mountain just outside the City. Due to the high visibility of the area from the town, citizens want to know what the treatement will look like. Get a look for youself at what the Landscape Management System and EnVision can do.
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