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British Columbia has magnificent forest and mountain landscapes. The protection and management of Visual Quality is legislated in the Province. Here are important links covering Visual Resource Management of Forest Resources from the BC Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development (FLNRORD):
Essential Documentation and Guidance from the Government of British Columbia, Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development (FLNRORD). Use the link covering the previous sentence to find these useful documents:
Origins of Forest Aesthetics and Processes from other Locales
The concept of forest aesthetics was defined by Heinrich von Salisch, a forester who lived in Postel, a hamlet north of Breslau, Silesia, in what was then Germany, in his book Forestasthetik first published in 1885, with revisions in 1902 and 1911 and translated into English by Walter I. Cook and Doris Wehlau (Forest History Society, 2008) and is available at https://foresthistory.org/other-books/forest-aesthetics/. Von Salisch stressed an integrated resource management approach merging the aesthetic with the ecologic when managing the multiple demands on forest and open space resources.
Some Fairhurst / RDI Visual Resource Management documents for teaching, training, conferences, and fieldwork
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