Workshops for NH Forest Land Owners

Hosted by: NH TOA and NH Division of Forest & Lands

Naomi Brattlof | March 11, 2021
Two hikers walk through a sea of orange leaves in a forest.

(Photo: Jerry Monkman)

Are you a land owner in New Hampshire with questions about how to manage your property? Are you looking to change things up a bit as we turn the corner into spring?

Our partners - NH Timber Owners Association and NH Division of Forests and Lands - are co-hosting a series of webinars aimed at helping local landowners aquire skills to better manage their lands and connect viewers with resources that can help them accomplish their goals.

Learn more and sign up here. TOA members can sign up at a discounted rate.

If you are a Forest Society Conservation Easement land owner and would like to learn more about specific management practices on your property, reach out to your Forest Society Easement Steward. They are well-equipped to connect you with a natural resource professional who can help you accomplish your goals and ensure your plans are consistant with your Conservation Easement. Find your easement steward here.

Conservation Easement Stewardship at the Forest Society

For every conservation easement the Forest Society accepts, we make a commitment to the landowner that we will protect the conservation values of their property forever.