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The Forest Projection & Planning System (FPS) is The Forest Biometrics Research Institute (FBRI) (v7.x+) and James D. Arney's (prior to V7.x) flagship forest management software package. This software package is used by many organizations across the United States and predominantly in the Pacific Northwest. Additional information can be found at the FBRI website.

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