Landowner assistance for habitat improvement announced
dstaples at livingston.net
Fri Mar 13 09:46:31 EST 1998
To our computer gurus out there, how does this stuff keep getting
recycled? This is a post from 2 weeks ago, that shows up again, out of
context, and unsupported by references.
Don Staples wrote:
> JimiFromMI wrote:
> > In article <6d9eco$d84$1 at newsd-121.bryant.webtv.net>, HUN60 at webtv.net Your sarcasm is wasted, certification of farm managment plans, so far, is limited to those with cost share, or for taxing purposes. And done so for a reason by the way.
> Are your the same as Jimi Hendrix, that didn't want your identity know
> for one reason or the other?
> > Hunley) writes:
> > >Subject: Re: Landowner assistance for habitat improvement announced
> > >From: HUN60 at webtv.net (Timothy Hunley)
> > >Date: Sat, 28 Feb 1998 11:35:36 -0500
> > >
> > >As an avid private forest land owner dedicated to proper land
> > >stewardship, I've decided how to properly allocate my 27 acres and make
> > >everyone happy. My property should be divided as such:
> > >
> > >5 ac. wilderness area
> > >2 ac. exotic species planting
> > >5 ac. wildlife habitat improvement
> > >4 ac. maximum fiber species production
> > >2 ac. woodscaping
> > >1 ac. natural herb and wildflower production
> > >1 ac. mushroom production
> > >1 ac. educational site
> > >2 ac. maple syrup production
> > >2 ac. pine plantation (to satisfy the State DRN)
> > >
> > >This leaves me 2 ac. to manage intensively for timber production.
> > >
> > >Everyone is happy and I don't ever have to worry about paying too much
> > >capitol gains tax on my timber sales.
> > >
> > >------------------- Headers --------------------
> > Wait!!!!
> > Even though you know what you want to do, you must first pay a "licensed
> > forester" so that it will be an "approved" management strategy -- Eh, Joe?
> > Sarcastically.
> Don Staples
> UIN 4653335
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