SERVICES are for the States of Tennessee and Georgia:
Wildlife Habitat Management
Timber Sale Administration
Forest Management Plans
Forest Landowners have many options for activities and management of their timberlands. A Forest Management Plan is the first step to implementing any of the service listed above.
A self assessment to prioritize your desired forest uses should be listed to find what you want from your timberland and to want degree of interest each relates to the objectives of the timberland.
Some priorities might be: GROWING TIMBER FOR INVESTMENT; INCREASING A DESIRED SPECIES OF WILDLIFE; WILDLIFE OBSERVATION; TIMBER INCOME FROM PERIODIC TIMBER SALES; CLEAN WATER; WILDFLOWERS AND HONEY BEES OR BUTTERFLIES; RECREATION; AQUATIC HABITAT FOR RECREATION; PROVIDING HABITAT FOR THREATENED OR ENDANGERED WILDLIFE OR PLANTS.
There are a host of activities that can be implemented and planned for land from the smallest parcels to the large acreages. Your timberland is an ecosystem that is always changing. It is made up of a complicated mix of natural cycles and processes that are all interdependent of each other. A walk through the forest during each season will show you changes and beauty that are fun to observe.
* Some restrictions may apply to any on site consultation of your management needs.