Forestry Assistance

The Forestry Assistance Program provides an initial professional contact with landowners 6a00d834291f4553ef017d40d9820c970cwho are interested in actively managing their forested property. No matter what your goals (recreation, wildlife, timber harvest, ecosystem preservation, etc), the Conservation District Forester can help you better understand, plan, manage, protect, and utilize your forest resources.

The forester also provides the community with outreach and education opportunities.To better assist landowners with the management of their forest resources, the district forester is available to meet with landowners at no cost. During the walkthrough, you will discuss your goals and management history and complete a rapid inventory of your property. If applicable, he can refer you to resource professionals and assistance programs to help you meet your management goals.

FAP Program Statistics To Date
Reached: 98 landowners  (2570 Acres)
Referred: 440 acres to Public Forest Management Programs or Agencies; 824 acres to have Forest Management Plans or Timber Harvest
Gained: 41 professional referrals;140 acres enrolled in Qualified Forest Program (QFP)
Produced: 12 forestry outreach events conducted; 11 forestry education media publications

For more information, contact the Conservation District Forester or read about programs available for forest management.