The Forest Society currently owns over 170 properties totaling over 50,000 acres across the state. Several of these reservations are managed for sustainable timber harvests, and some are left in a state of wilderness to preserve critical habitat and biodiversity. All of our reservations are open to the public for most forms of non-wheeled recreational use, including hunting.
The challenges to successfully manage these lands are great – and varied. The Forest Society's land management team spend their days monitoring properties, overseeing timber harvests, participating in research studies, delivering educational field trips, and more.
Explore this area to learn more about our land management practices and find links to land use topics and forestry-related websites.