Good Forestry in the Granite State - 3rd Edition Revision

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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 forest resources. By revising Good Forestry, we hope to incorporate advances in knowledge and changes in forestry markets, practices and laws.

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. 

For more information contact Karen Bennett at with questions or suggestions.

Help the steering committee determine what revisions are needed to Good Forestry in the Granite State to keep it relevant and up-to-date by taking this survey and thank you in advance.

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Haley Andreozzi, UNH Cooperative Extension

Karen Bennett, Project manager

Kelly Boland, N.H. Natural Resources Conservation Service

Roger Boyer, U.S. Forest Service – White Mountain National Forest

Jake Bronnenberg, N.H. Timber Harvesting Council

Steve Eisenhaure, Granite State Division, Society of American Foresters

Julie Renaud Evans, Northern Forest Center

Kevin Evans, Dartmouth College

Will Guinn, N.H. Division of Forests and Lands

Patrick Hackley, N.H. Division of Forests and Lands

Geoff Jones, N.H. Association of Conservation Commissions

Matt Kelly, UNH Cooperative Extension

Jeff Lougee, The Nature Conservancy

Malcom Milne, Durgin and Crowell Lumber Co., Inc.

Beth McGuinn, N.H. Land Trust Coalition

Charlie Niebling, N.H. Tree Farm Program

Jim Oehler, N.H. Fish and Game

Colleen O’Neill, Langwood  Tree Farm

Dave Publicover, Appalachian Mountain Club

Mark Rabon, Weyerhaeuser

Steve Roberge, UNH Cooperative Extension

Sabrina Stanwood, Natural Heritage Bureau

Jasen Stock, N.H. Timberland Owner Association

Jeremy Turner, Meadowsend Consulting Company

Wendy Weisiger, Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forest

Mariko Yamasaki, U.S. Forest Service – Northern Research Station, retired

Brian Young, N.H. Dept. of Environmental Services

Mike Gagnon, UNH Cooperative Extension

Coeli Hoover, U.S. Forest Service - Northern Research Station

Mark Zankel, ReVision Energy

Oversight for this project provided by the N.H. Division of Forests and Lands and UNH Cooperative Extension. Partial funding provided by the U.S. Forest Service.