In December 2015, the Forest Society began harvesting timber from the southern part of the Ashuelot River Headwaters Forest in Lempster. The Forest Society acquired this 1,827-acre gem in 2010, and the forest management plan was completed in 2014. This harvest is the first of several planned en
The Forest Society offers public access to some lovely land. There are scenic vistas to enjoy, ponds to fish, trails to hike and adventures to remember. But some properties, well, let’s just say some of them are still “in the rough.”
The history of land ownership for the Forest Society …
The Forest Society is conducting a timber harvest on the north parcel of the Taves Forest (also known as Parker Hill) in Roxbury this summer. The planning for this harvest started in 2013, when staff forester Steve Junkin did a comprehensive inventory of the property and wrote a management plan
This report is one of several produced by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service as part of the Forests on the Edge project. It displays and describes information at a national level that can improve understanding of forest land development issues.