If you are at all interested in alternative forest management strategies, you might find Dale Holderman’s strategy in his NTMP interesting.
Dale has come up with a method that allows him to cut just his growth without having to extensively inventory his trees each time he harvests to prove he is within his plan. It caused a lot of controversy when he proposed it; to the State forestry staff it looks like high-grading.
I’m not sure it will work for anything but redwoods. Redwoods resprout from the stump, so you retain your genetic structure even when you harvest. Still, it’s a very interesting strategy, and Dale is using his own land to field test it.
Dale explains it very clearly, so click his attachment to get the full skinny.