Here are the services we offer.
We write - Forest Management Plans -
We listen to what you, the landowner wants. Then, we tailor each plan to express the unique character of your land. We strive to make practical recommendations that will help you reach your goals. We take in account the long term forest health, recreational enjoyment, present and future value, physical beauty, wildlife, wetlands and the quiet solace your forest can provide.
Our plans can be written to the following standards:
New Hampshire Current Use
Vermont Use Value
Conservation Easement Stewardship Plans
Natural Resource Conservation Service (USDA-NRCS) EQIP, WHIP*
*Certified as a Technical Service Provider (TSP) cost sharing is sometimes provided.
We do - Timber Inventories - to determine the value of the forest.
We work quickly to provide reliable information about timber value to help you make decisions on land purchases, land sales, timber sales, and conservation easements. Forest planning requires an understanding of the resource's finite limits. Inventories answer the question: how much is my forest worth?
We conduct - Timber Sales- helping landowners realize the true value in their timber.
We contract with loggers who have proven track records for honesty and reliability who using state of the art equipment and techniques.
We use contractors with the following capabilities:
Conventional chain saw and cable skidder
Whole Tree Chipping in which the debris is chipped and marketed.
Cut to length - Scandinavian style logging
Small tractor work
Single tree work with arborists
We layout and supervise the construction of - Forest Roads and Trails -
our latest work is the Beech Hill Trail system in Dublin, NH and the Cranberry Meadow Pond Trail in Peterborough, NH www.nhpr.org
We cooperate with:
The Society of the Protection of New Hampshire Forest www.spnhf.org
The Harris Center for Conservation Education www.harriscenter.org
The Monadnock Conservancy www.monadnockconservancy.org
The New Hampshire Timberland Owners Association www.nhtoa.org
The National Tree Farm Program Inspector www.treefarmsystem.org
Sometimes we just try to help you get in touch with your land
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