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  • For Landowners - New England Forestry Foundation
    Explore our Forests Recreation Guidelines Harvest Walks Safety in our Woods Volunteer Hunting FAQs Hunting on Our Land Support our Work Donate Leave a Legacy Volunteer Events Resources The Place You Call Home Massachusetts Forest Scenarios Study News Room Publications For Landowners General Resources Connecticut landowners Maine landowners Massachusetts landowners New Hampshire landowners Vermont landowners For Foresters For Land Trusts Land Trust Toolkit 1 0 Hawley FAQs Blog Into the Woods The Deep Woods The Place You Call Home Massachusetts Forest Scenarios Study News Room Publications For Landowners For Foresters For Land Trusts Hawley FAQs For Landowners As a landowner you have many concerns You love your woods and you want to be sure that you protect them for the future Perhaps you have come here because you are considering a timber harvest to offset an unexpected expense Or you may have received an unexpected solicitation about the trees on your land and are not certain what to do Where do you start How can you be sure that your land is protected As fellow landowners we understand the challenges of owning and managing land for natural diversity wildlife habitat beauty and recreation and you are invited to explore these

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  • General Resources - New England Forestry Foundation
    Forest harvest Forestry FAQs Education Volunteer Form Our Initiatives Path to Sustainability Heart of New England Conservation Highlights Pingree Forest Partnership Downeast Lakes Forestry Partnership Quabbin to Cardigan Partnership Special Programs Explore our Woods Explore our Forests Recreation Guidelines Harvest Walks Safety in our Woods Volunteer Hunting FAQs Hunting on Our Land Support our Work Donate Leave a Legacy Volunteer Events Resources The Place You Call Home Massachusetts Forest Scenarios Study News Room Publications For Landowners General Resources Connecticut landowners Maine landowners Massachusetts landowners New Hampshire landowners Vermont landowners For Foresters For Land Trusts Land Trust Toolkit 1 0 Hawley FAQs Blog Into the Woods The Deep Woods The Place You Call Home Massachusetts Forest Scenarios Study News Room Publications For Landowners For Foresters For Land Trusts Hawley FAQs General Resources These resources are a great place to start if you are looking for more information about local land trusts Tree Farm cost share programs and more If you have a question that is not answered via one of the links below please contact us and we will be happy to help you find the information you need General Resources and reading Find a Land Trust in your community Conservation

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  • Connecticut landowners - New England Forestry Foundation
    Our Process Current Harvests Wharton Plantation harvest Allen Whitney Memorial Forest Harvest Chamberlain Reynolds Memorial Forest Harvest Nadeau Forest harvest Sortwell Memorial Forest harvest Forestry FAQs Education Volunteer Form Our Initiatives Path to Sustainability Heart of New England Conservation Highlights Pingree Forest Partnership Downeast Lakes Forestry Partnership Quabbin to Cardigan Partnership Special Programs Explore our Woods Explore our Forests Recreation Guidelines Harvest Walks Safety in our Woods Volunteer Hunting FAQs Hunting on Our Land Support our Work Donate Leave a Legacy Volunteer Events Resources The Place You Call Home Massachusetts Forest Scenarios Study News Room Publications For Landowners General Resources Connecticut landowners Maine landowners Massachusetts landowners New Hampshire landowners Vermont landowners For Foresters For Land Trusts Land Trust Toolkit 1 0 Hawley FAQs Blog Into the Woods The Deep Woods The Place You Call Home Massachusetts Forest Scenarios Study News Room Publications For Landowners For Foresters For Land Trusts Hawley FAQs Connecticut Landowners If you are living in Connecticut own land in Connecticut or know someone who could use some guidance please visit the list of resources below to learn more about conservation and sound forest management FAQs for Public Act 490 Find a land trust in CT MyLandPlan Locate

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  • Maine landowners - New England Forestry Foundation
    Process Current Harvests Wharton Plantation harvest Allen Whitney Memorial Forest Harvest Chamberlain Reynolds Memorial Forest Harvest Nadeau Forest harvest Sortwell Memorial Forest harvest Forestry FAQs Education Volunteer Form Our Initiatives Path to Sustainability Heart of New England Conservation Highlights Pingree Forest Partnership Downeast Lakes Forestry Partnership Quabbin to Cardigan Partnership Special Programs Explore our Woods Explore our Forests Recreation Guidelines Harvest Walks Safety in our Woods Volunteer Hunting FAQs Hunting on Our Land Support our Work Donate Leave a Legacy Volunteer Events Resources The Place You Call Home Massachusetts Forest Scenarios Study News Room Publications For Landowners General Resources Connecticut landowners Maine landowners Massachusetts landowners New Hampshire landowners Vermont landowners For Foresters For Land Trusts Land Trust Toolkit 1 0 Hawley FAQs Blog Into the Woods The Deep Woods The Place You Call Home Massachusetts Forest Scenarios Study News Room Publications For Landowners For Foresters For Land Trusts Hawley FAQs Maine Landowners If you are living in Maine own land in Maine or know someone who could use some guidance please visit the list of resources below to learn more about conservation and sound forest management Find a Land Trust in Maine MyLandPlan Locate a licensed forester Woods Wise Practical

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  • Massachusetts landowners - New England Forestry Foundation
    Land Conservation Options Easement Monitoring Conservation FAQs Forestry Our Process Current Harvests Wharton Plantation harvest Allen Whitney Memorial Forest Harvest Chamberlain Reynolds Memorial Forest Harvest Nadeau Forest harvest Sortwell Memorial Forest harvest Forestry FAQs Education Volunteer Form Our Initiatives Path to Sustainability Heart of New England Conservation Highlights Pingree Forest Partnership Downeast Lakes Forestry Partnership Quabbin to Cardigan Partnership Special Programs Explore our Woods Explore our Forests Recreation Guidelines Harvest Walks Safety in our Woods Volunteer Hunting FAQs Hunting on Our Land Support our Work Donate Leave a Legacy Volunteer Events Resources The Place You Call Home Massachusetts Forest Scenarios Study News Room Publications For Landowners General Resources Connecticut landowners Maine landowners Massachusetts landowners New Hampshire landowners Vermont landowners For Foresters For Land Trusts Land Trust Toolkit 1 0 Hawley FAQs Blog Into the Woods The Deep Woods The Place You Call Home Massachusetts Forest Scenarios Study News Room Publications For Landowners For Foresters For Land Trusts Hawley FAQs Massachusetts Landowners If you are living in Massachusetts own land in Massachusetts or know someone who could use some guidance please visit the list of resources below to learn more about conservation and sound forest management Find a Land Trust in

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  • New Hampshire landowners - New England Forestry Foundation
    Conservation Options Easement Monitoring Conservation FAQs Forestry Our Process Current Harvests Wharton Plantation harvest Allen Whitney Memorial Forest Harvest Chamberlain Reynolds Memorial Forest Harvest Nadeau Forest harvest Sortwell Memorial Forest harvest Forestry FAQs Education Volunteer Form Our Initiatives Path to Sustainability Heart of New England Conservation Highlights Pingree Forest Partnership Downeast Lakes Forestry Partnership Quabbin to Cardigan Partnership Special Programs Explore our Woods Explore our Forests Recreation Guidelines Harvest Walks Safety in our Woods Volunteer Hunting FAQs Hunting on Our Land Support our Work Donate Leave a Legacy Volunteer Events Resources The Place You Call Home Massachusetts Forest Scenarios Study News Room Publications For Landowners General Resources Connecticut landowners Maine landowners Massachusetts landowners New Hampshire landowners Vermont landowners For Foresters For Land Trusts Land Trust Toolkit 1 0 Hawley FAQs Blog Into the Woods The Deep Woods The Place You Call Home Massachusetts Forest Scenarios Study News Room Publications For Landowners For Foresters For Land Trusts Hawley FAQs New Hampshire Landowners If you are living in New Hampshire own land in New Hampshire or know someone who could use some guidance please visit the list of resources below to learn more about conservation and sound forest management Find a Land

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  • Vermont landowners - New England Forestry Foundation
    we Do Land Conservation How to Conserve Land Land Conservation Options Easement Monitoring Conservation FAQs Forestry Our Process Current Harvests Wharton Plantation harvest Allen Whitney Memorial Forest Harvest Chamberlain Reynolds Memorial Forest Harvest Nadeau Forest harvest Sortwell Memorial Forest harvest Forestry FAQs Education Volunteer Form Our Initiatives Path to Sustainability Heart of New England Conservation Highlights Pingree Forest Partnership Downeast Lakes Forestry Partnership Quabbin to Cardigan Partnership Special Programs Explore our Woods Explore our Forests Recreation Guidelines Harvest Walks Safety in our Woods Volunteer Hunting FAQs Hunting on Our Land Support our Work Donate Leave a Legacy Volunteer Events Resources The Place You Call Home Massachusetts Forest Scenarios Study News Room Publications For Landowners General Resources Connecticut landowners Maine landowners Massachusetts landowners New Hampshire landowners Vermont landowners For Foresters For Land Trusts Land Trust Toolkit 1 0 Hawley FAQs Blog Into the Woods The Deep Woods The Place You Call Home Massachusetts Forest Scenarios Study News Room Publications For Landowners For Foresters For Land Trusts Hawley FAQs Vermont Landowners If you are living in Vermont own land in Vermont or know someone who could use some guidance please visit the list of resources below to learn more about conservation and

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  • For Foresters - New England Forestry Foundation
    Woods Volunteer Hunting FAQs Hunting on Our Land Support our Work Donate Leave a Legacy Volunteer Events Resources The Place You Call Home Massachusetts Forest Scenarios Study News Room Publications For Landowners General Resources Connecticut landowners Maine landowners Massachusetts landowners New Hampshire landowners Vermont landowners For Foresters For Land Trusts Land Trust Toolkit 1 0 Hawley FAQs Blog Into the Woods The Deep Woods The Place You Call Home Massachusetts Forest Scenarios Study News Room Publications For Landowners For Foresters For Land Trusts Hawley FAQs For Foresters Foresters are a key link in the sustainable management of New England s forests They work closely with forest landowners to meet their objectives plan for a healthy vibrant forest and advise in timber harvesting Although there is normally a long timeline to see the fruition of their work New England Forestry Foundation can now help foresters see the results of potential harvesting operations in real time through a new tool imported from the forests of Europe Working with an innovative field training tool called the Marteloscope foresters can mark a forest stand according a certain prescription and get almost immediate economic and environmental results of their work This allows foresters to investigate

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