Should you want to pursue forest management after meeting with Greg (see previous webpage):
Your profile will be confidentially posted to our website for a two-week period during which forest resource professionals will have the opportunity to express interest in your project. Please note that no personal information will be available on the website; only a basic profile and general location of your land will be made available in order to help consultants effectively express interest in your project.
Greg will compile a list of forest resource professionals who have expressed interest in helping you with your specific project and will provide further guidance on working with foresters.
It is up to the landowner to call the forest resource professionals and choose with whom they would like to work.
Greg will be available to follow up with you, answer any future questions, and help you with future forestry and non-game wildlife-related issues.
The Referral Process - For The Forest Resource Professional
Project #: 006-22-007 Date Posted: 10/18/21 Date Closing: 11/1/21 5 PM ET Location: Montmorency County, T31N-R1E Acres:50 (total ownership)Forest Type: Red pine-eastern white pine-aspen-red maple Work Requested: These landowners are seeking a forester or wildlife biologist to write a forest management plan for Qualified Forest Program purposes using funding through the Forest Stewardship Program. Overarching goals include providing game and non-game wildlife habitat. Soils are mostly dry sands. Access to the property and within the property are excellent. Discussions have ensued regarding group selection and/or variable retention harvesting, with the removal of most of the aspen when appropriate. A Forest Stewardship Program goals form has been completed and could be used to facilitate future discussions.
Project #: 006-22-005 Date Posted: 10/07/21 Date Closing: 10/21/21 5 PM ET Location: Montmorency County, T30N-R3E Acres:36 (total ownership)Forest Type: Upland mixed (aspen-spruce/fir, eastern white pine) Work Requested: This homeowner has goals of providing game and non-game wildlife habitat. To this end, he desires to have a timber sale in the near future (winter cut). The current stands are either pole-sized aspen mixed with spruce-fir or dominated by eastern white pine with sawlog potential. Soils are mostly wet sands. Access to the property and within the property is excellent. Discussions have ensued regarding group selection and/or variable retention harvesting, with the removal of most of the aspen and mature spruce-fir. Scattered eastern white pine might be harvested as well. A Forest Stewardship Program goals form has been completed and could be used to facilitate future discussions.