If you're a woodland owner, you know that your woods are part of you -- and your family. Keeping them healthy is important, which means that learning about strategies to manage your woods is the best way to ensure they stay a part of your family for generations to come.
Whether you are new to owning woods, or have enjoyed your property for many years, the American Forest Foundation can help you do what's best for your woods by giving you the tools and information you need. Whether it's small, incremental steps to help you learn more about your woods, connecting you to a forester in our wide network of professionals, or updating your sustainable management plan, we're here to help.
Check out our Consultants & Services page to find a forester, timber tax specialist, or other resource professional in your state. To find your state's Best Management Practices and biodiversity profile, go to our Woodland Owners Resources page. To connect with the network of woodland owners and foresters in your state, you can search the Organizations & Agencies page.
For more reading on the state of woodlands in America and what Washington is (or isn't) dong to help, check out our Publications Center.
If you're an educator or education advocate interested in our award-winning Project Learning Tree curriculum, please visit www.plt.org for additional resources.