Land Owners Guides
Ecological Principles for Land Management, by Land Owners
Researchers and land users continue to learn better practices for sustainable and healthier land management and use. These guides area based on ecological principles and research supported
By the Ecological Society of America's Committee on Land Use:
Key ecological principles for land use and management deal with time, species, place, disturbance, and the landscape. The principles result in several guidelines that serve as practical rules of thumb for incorporating ecological principles into making decisions about the land.
"Five principles of ecological science have particular implications for land use and can assure that fundamental
processes of Earth’s ecosystems are sustained. These ecological principles deal with time, species, place, disturbance, and the landscape." This article is research and history heavy with useful practice guidance