Resources

The following list are links to useful forestry websites. Interested in learning more about Forestland Groups Operations? Visit the Operations website where you can gain details into our investments.

  • Anderson-Tully Company
    Anderson-Tully Worldwide stands for good stewardship of natural resources, respecting environmental concerns while ensuring the supply of hardwoods for future generations. They strive to be good neighbors, serving the communities where people live and work.
  • The Forestland Group Operations Web Site
    TFG manages the forest resources for its affiliated Heartwood Forestland Funds across 3.6 million acres in 24 states and 5 countries. The regional teams working in conjunction with local forestry consulting firms are responsible for the daily, on-ground management activities and property oversight.
  • Maine Forest Services
    The Maine Forest Service (MFS) enjoys a long history of protecting Maine’s forests from wildfires, insect and disease outbreaks, poor forest practices and providing timely information to help foster informed decisions. These various MFS activities focus on having Maine’s forests more enjoyable, productive, healthy and well managed.
  • Maryland Forests Association
    Maryland Forests Association, Inc. (MFA), is Maryland’s voice for forest, wildlife, and natural resource management.  The MFA website is a tool to learn about Maryland’s issues concerning forest resources, forest land ownership, forest management, and forest products industry.
  • Pennsylvania Forestry Association
    The Pennsylvania Forestry Association promotes forest stewardship to ensure forest sustainability to benefit all Pennsylvanians, now and into the future.
  • Vermont Division of Forestry
    The Pennsylvania Forestry Association promotes forest stewardship to ensure forest sustainability to benefit all Pennsylvanians, now and into the future.
  • Vermont Division of Forestry
    The Pennsylvania Forestry Association promotes forest stewardship to ensure forest sustainability to benefit all Pennsylvanians, now and into the future.
  • Invasive Plant Atlas of the United States
    Non-native invasive species are organisms that have been introduced by humans either purposely or by accident and that have become serious environmental pests. One reason for their success as pests is that they are typically introduced without the array of associated natural controls (herbivores, parasites, pathogens, predators) that occur in their native range. In addition to the great loss of biodiversity, habitat degradation and other ecological consequences, invasive species cause huge economic damages valued in billions of dollars annually and some pose a human health threat.
  • Prentiss & Carlisle Timberland Investment
    Non-native invasive species are organisms that have been introduced by humans either purposely or by accident and that have become serious environmental pests. One reason for their success as pests is that they are typically introduced without the array of associated natural controls (herbivores, parasites, pathogens, predators) that occur in their native range. In addition to the great loss of biodiversity, habitat degradation and other ecological consequences, invasive species cause huge economic damages valued in billions of dollars annually and some pose a human health threat.

 

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