The management of a multiple-use and small-scale forest generating merchantable household forest amenities, as mushroom amenities, is studied. We consider a wooded mushroom area and a timber area in the forest. An Hartman model, with an environmental dependency of the amenity area is considered. Optimal timber and non-timber cutting ages and optimal proportion of amenity area are derived. Their behaviours in particular with respect to the market amenity unit value are studied. Moreover an oscillating seasonal amenity production, as the mushroom production, is derived and studied in relation with the optimal tree cutting ages.