Margaret G. Thomas and David R. Schumann. 1993. Income Opportunities in Special Forest Products--Self-Help Suggestions for Rural Entrepreneurs. Agriculture Information Bulletin AIB–666, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC

Introduction (PDF 20 KB)
Chapter 1. Aromatics (PDF 58 KB)
Chapter 2. Berries and Wild Fruit (PDF 27 KB)
Chapter 3. Charcoal (PDF 15 KB)
Chapter 4. Chips, Shavings and Excelsior, Sawdust, Bark, and Pine Straw (PDF 57 KB)
Chapter 5. Cones and Seeds (PDF 130 KB)
Chapter 6. Cooking Wood, Smoke Wood, and Flavorwood (PDF 13 KB)
Chapter 7. Decorative Wood (PDF 67 KB)
Chapter 8. Forest Botanicals as Flavorings, Medicinals, and Pharmaceuticals (PDF 114 KB)
Chapter 9. Greenery, Transplants, and Floral Products (PDF 40 KB)
Chapter 10. Honey (PDF 60 KB)
Chapter 11. Mushrooms (PDF 33 KB)
Chapter 12. Nuts (PDF 96 KB)
Chapter 13. Recreation and Wildlife Recreational Enterprises (PDF 86 KB)
Chapter 14. Syrup (PDF 80 KB)
Chapter 15. Weaving and Dyeing Materials (PDF 47 KB)
Chapter 16. Specialty Wood Products (PDF 82 KB)