Good Forestry in the Granite State: Recommended Voluntary Forest Management Practices for New Hampshire, last published in 2010, is being revised. This guide provides landowners and the professionals who work with them practical recommendations and information on a wide variety of topics. By revising Good Forestry, we hope to incorporate advances in knowledge and changes in forestry markets, practices and laws.
Patrick Hackley, Director of the N.H. Division of Forests and Lands says, “Good Forestry has served as a foundational reference document for New Hampshire’s forestry and conservation community for over 20 years. It’s important the guide remains up-to-date and relevant to meet today’s natural resource management challenges. This comprehensive revision process will help us do just that.”
A steering committee representing landowners, conservation organizations, state agencies and the forest industry is guiding the process. Technical teams of stakeholders and subject matter experts will review and write the updates.