Every tree harvested, every tree planted, every decision a forester makes in a forest will change the forest forever. With years of experience, integrity, and ecological knowledge of the natural landscape, our purpose is to develop a plan and put it into action to improve your forest for generations.
Forest management planning takes the principles above, combines them with your goals, and maps out the practices needed to manage and improve your forest over the long-term.
Objectives often include:
- Rare and endangered plant and animal species protection and habitat development
- Wildlife habitat development for hunting , recreational viewing, or preservation of species
- Managing the forest for income, including scheduled timber harvests for short and long-term profits, maple sugar operations, or firewood
- Forest trail development for recreation
- Wetland protection
- Water quality protection
- Soil erosion control