Just being in and around nature can support your health and reduce stress. Find, protect, and enhance your woodlot’s scenic beauty.
You can learn some things about your woods from a website like MyWoodlot, but there’s no beating direct experience from other landowners. Get to know your fellow landowners through these organizations.
Money really can grow on trees. Your land provides lots of income opportunities, if you’re willing to work hard and be creative.
Fires, ice storms, and high winds can damage your woods. Learn how to deal with their effects.
How can you protect your land for the future? With legacy planning, you can ensure the next generation receives land intact.
Your woodlot is alive. It supports everything from birds to bugs, flowers to fungi, microbes to mammals. Discover the many ways nature depends on your land, and find out how you can make it even more attractive to wildlife.
Some plants, insects, and animals can pose threats to your land and your enjoyment of it. Discover ways to address these troublemakers.
Most trespassing is accidental. With a few steps, you can make your woodlot a more secure place to relax, reflect, and recharge.
What you do on your woodlot affects people and wildlife downstream. Limit soil erosion to keep your trails intact and the water clean.
Owning land means paying taxes. You can’t escape them, but there are ways to reduce them.