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[Click to Expand or Contract Section] Introduction
[Click to Expand or Contract Section] Part I: Publications, Brochures, and Fact Sheets

This section of the web site organizes internet resources (publications, documents, fact sheets) by topic. These include:
Biodiversity/Threatened and Endangered Species
Conservation Easements
Cost Share Assistance for Forest Landowners
Economics of Forest Investments
Forest Harvesting Operations
Forest Health Protection
Forest Management Planning
Forest Sampling and Inventory
Glossaries of Forestry Terms
Income Tax and Estate Planning
Maps and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Miscellaneous
Recreation
Riparian Forest and Wetland Management
Seedling Suppliers/Tree Planting
Silviculture
Special Forest Products
Sustainability and Certification
Timber Sales
Tree Identification/Species Information
Wildlife/Hunting

This section of the web site organizes internet resources (publications, documents, fact sheets) by topic. These include:
Biodiversity/Threatened and Endangered Species
Conservation Easements
Cost Share Assistance for Forest Landowners
Economics of Forest Investments
Forest Harvesting Operations
Forest Health Protection
Forest Management Planning
Forest Sampling and Inventory
Glossaries of Forestry Terms
Income Tax and Estate Planning
Maps and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Miscellaneous
Recreation
Riparian Forest and Wetland Management
Seedling Suppliers/Tree Planting
Silviculture
Special Forest Products
Sustainability and Certification
Timber Sales
Tree Identification/Species Information
Wildlife/Hunting

[Click to Expand or Contract Section] Part II: Internet Resources by State

Here, Landowners can find forestry/land management information specific to their particular state. The web site focuses on resources of interest to landowners in 20 states of the North East, including:
Connecticut
Delaware
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Missouri
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New York
Ohio
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
Vermont
West Virginia
Wisconsin

Here, Landowners can find forestry/land management information specific to their particular state. The web site focuses on resources of interest to landowners in 20 states of the North East, including:
Connecticut
Delaware
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Missouri
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New York
Ohio
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
Vermont
West Virginia
Wisconsin

Click here to view New. resources in the Woodland Owners Guide.

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The Northeastern Area is a USDA Forest Service designation for the 20 States and the District of Columbia as shown on the map above and listed below:
20 Northeastern States.

Woodland Owners Guide to Internet Resources:
States of the Northeast

This listing of internet resources was developed to provide you, the Non-Industrial Private Forest (NIPF) landowner, with a better understanding of the information and resources available on the internet relating to forest stewardship. In browsing the document, you'll hopefully find links to areas you're already interested in, and perhaps also find your interest captured by other, previously unfamiliar, aspects of forest stewardship.

This document is structured as follows:

  • Part 1: Publications, Brochures, and Fact Sheets
  • Part 2: Internet Resources by State

The selection of sites presented here is not intended to represent everything of possible interest to the NIPF landowner, nor should inclusion be considered an endorsement. This is especially true where the section on income tax and estate planning is concerned (Landowners are advised to seek professional guidance). Rather, it is the compiler's best effort at identifying what a typical NIPF landowner might find of most interest.

While much useful information is available on the web, this is no substitute for a good working relationship with your local service, extension, or consulting forester. Furthermore, the web is a dynamic environment - what is there today may not be there tomorrow, and links that work today may not work tomorrow - and therefore we encourage you to continue to look to your local service, extension, or consulting forester as your primary source of information.

If you are unsure of who your local state forestry contact is, visit the National Association of State Foresters web site at http://www.stateforesters.org/SFlinks.html and click on your state for information on how to contact your state forestry office.

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