VERMONT WOODLANDS ACCREDITED CONSULTING FORESTERS
Who are Vermont Woodlands Accredited Consulting Foresters?
Vermont Woodlands accredited consulting foresters are committed to promoting and strengthening the long-term conservation and management of Vermont’s natural resources.
What sets Vermont Woodlands accredited consulting foresters apart from other foresters practicing in Vermont?
Vermont Woodlands accredited consulting foresters:
|*||have college degrees in Forestry or related natural resource fields|
|*||have at least 5 years consulting forestry experience|
|*||complete active continuing education programs|
What do consulting foresters do?
Consulting foresters assist private landowners in identifying and achieving goals for their woodlands, including managing for forest products, wildlife habitat, recreation, water resources, and aesthetics. Services provided by consulting foresters include forest resource planning, marking trees to be removed, preparing and negotiating contracts, administering sales of forest products, appraisals and inventories, and assisting in tax treatment of woodlands. Some consulting foresters specialize in particular areas, such as Christmas tree production or sugarbush management.
Vermont Woodlands Accredited Consulting Foresters Resources:
|*||Vermont Woodlands Accredited Consulting Foresters Application (PDF)|
|*||Vermont Woodlands Accredited Consulting Foresters Continuing Education Form (PDF)|
|*||Vermont Woodlands Accredited Consulting Foresters Code of Ethics (PDF)|
FOREST METRIX with Donn Downey
All refreshments & food provided
Friday, September 6, 2013
9:00am to 2:00pm
at Tunbridge Library & nearby forest
VWA display at Vermont State Fair.