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미국의 사유림지원정책 연구.
The Study of Policy for the Private Forestry on US

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Authors
석현덕; 윤여창
Issue Date
2003
Publisher
한국산림경제학회 = Korean Forest Economics Society(KFES)
Citation
산림경제연구 11(1): 38-46
Keywords
Farm Bill 2002; UDSA Forest Service; Cost-Sharing Program; Education Program; Technical Assistance Program; Forest Legacy Program; Forest Land Enhancement Program
Abstract
미국의 사유림관리에 있어서 타용도 전용이 가장 큰 문제이다. 따라서 미국의 사유림 지원정책의 주요 목적은 사유림의 타용도 전용을 막기 위한 것으로 교육, 기술지원, 자금지원 등 세가지 주요 정책수단을 이용하고 있다. 사유림지원 프로그램은 약 10종류가 되는 데 이중 Forest Land Enhancement Program(FLEP)과 Fores Legacy Program(FLP)이 가장 중요하다. 그 외 다른 프로그램은 임업 이외의 부문에서 지원되고 있어 지원정도가 많지는 않다. 사유림 지원제도를 관리하는 주요 행정부는 산림청이고, 자연자원보전청은 사유림 보호와 직접적으로 관련된 지원제도에 대해서만 관리하고 있다.Since the vast landscape of American forests is increasingly threatened by the rising demand of commercial and residential uses, the major interests and goals of policies for the privately owned forests in US are protecting them from converting for other uses. In order for protecting privately owned forests, the American Government uses three major tools; education, technical assistance, and financial aid. Two major aiding programs- Forest Land Enhancement Program(FLEP) an Forest Legacy Program(FLP)- are considered as the heart of aiding programs for the privately owned forests among more than 10 programs. Other aiding programs such as Conservation Reserve Program(CRP) can be available for the privately owned forests although the forest can not be the major objects for aiding. Forest Service under the USDA has been the major government body of administrating policies for the private forests, while NRCS(Natural Resource Conservation Service) deals with a part of them, mainly protection policies of the private forest.
ISSN
1225-8172
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/5106
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