Southern New England Forests
for Wildlife, for People, and for Resilience in the Face of Climate Change
As Foresters in Southern New England
We take our responsibility for the stewardship of the woods seriously.
Provides diverse habitats for wildlife and native vegetation,
Promotes clean air and water,
Provides recreational opportunities for mental and physical human health,
Provides forage and game opportunities,
Supports our economy and provides responsibly sourced wood products, and
Promotes a resilient forest landscape in the face of climate change.
This website is intended to help natural resource professionals, policy makers, and the general public understand wo we are, the value of the above goals, and how we work towards their achievement.
As such, we are collecting and sharing information within this web-based toolbox. We hope you find it to be a helpful resource, one which fosters engagement between you and your forestry community.
Please explore this site and contact us with your thoughts, questions, and ideas. Our contact information is at the bottom of the page, or you can reach us on social media. We look forward to hearing from you!
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What's Going On?
Explore the complexities of forest carbon
Tom Worthley, Extension Forester in CT, will be hosting a journal-club-style meeting on the 2nd Wednesday of every month. Learn about forestry for carbon and earn CEUs if you are a licensed forester.
What does a harvest look like in action? In five years?
A management plan that involves timber harvesting always has the future of the forest in mind. Timber harvests can improve the future plant communities, wildlife habitat, or other forest conditions. Check out these photo journals of different management operations over time.