Forestland management depends on assessing changes that occur over time. Long-term photo point monitoring is a low-cost method for documenting these changes. Using forestry as an example, this article highlights the idea that long-term photo point monitoring can be used to improve many types of land management decision making. Guidance on establishing photo points in the field and taking and cataloging images is presented. By implementing long-term photo point monitoring, landowners can document land management successes, and Extension professionals can use the resulting images to relay information on proper planning and management.
Craft, B., Barlow, R., Kush, J., & Hemard, C. (2016). Using Modern Digital Photography Tools to Guide Management Decisions on Forested Land. The Journal of Extension, 54(2), Article 20. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol54/iss2/20