Woodlot Management

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 A steward of your woodlot


Woodlot or forest management is the practical application of scientific, economic, and social principles to achieve forest stewardship goals. The trees we see today are here because of the climate, topography, soils and past uses of the land.  Forest management and silviculture give us the tools to help us shape what our forests will look like in the future. 


Belknap County

Rebecca DiGirolomo
rebecca.digirolomo@unh.edu
603-749-2529

Carroll County

Wendy Scribner
wendy.scribner@unh.edu
603-447-3834

Cheshire County

Matt Kelly
matt.kelly@unh.edu
603-352-4550

Coös County

ce.coos@unh.edu
603-788-4961

Grafton County

James Frohn
jim.frohn@unh.edu
603-787-6944

Hillsborough County

Michael Gagnon
michael.gagnon@unh.edu
603-641-6060

Merrimack County

Tim Fleury
tim.fleury@unh.edu
603-255-3733

Rockingham County

Greg Jordan
greg.jordan@unh.edu
603-679-5616

Strafford County

Rebecca DiGirolomo
rebecca.digirolomo@unh.edu
603-749-2529

Sullivan County

Dode Gladders
dode.gladders@unh.edu
603-863-9200

Forestry State Specialist

Steven Roberge
steven.roberge@unh.edu
603-862-4861

Forestry Information Center

forest.info@unh.edu
1-800-444-8978 within New England
603-862-3883

Resources

Estate Planning for N.H. Woodlot Owners

Information that helps landowners preserve their legacy and explore land conservation options.   

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Management Plans

Information that helps landowners navigate the process of developing forest management plans.   

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Landowner Goals and Objectives

Information that helps landowners clarify their woodlot goals.

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Good Forestry in the Granite State

This guide provides landowners and the professionals who work with them practical recommendations and information on a wide variety of forest resources.  

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Heating Your Home with Wood

Interested in heating your home with wood? These resources will help you get started.    

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Current Use Tax & Income Tax

Taxes are an important part of owning land. Current use is a property tax strategy helping landowners keep their land undeveloped.

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Selling Timber

Selling timber is a once in a lifetime activity for most landowners. No single activity has such power to significantly improve—or degrade—your forest.

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Prescribed Fire

Prescribed fire is used in New Hampshire to meet a range of management objectives. The Mission of the New Hampshire Prescribed Fire Council is to promote the safe use of prescribed fire on the New Hampshire landscape.

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Town & Community Forests

Today, over 200 towns have a town forest. These forests are for people to come together, learn about the stewardship of the natural world and recreate alone or in groups.

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Tree Farm

A Tree Farm is a privately owned forest managed to produce timber with added benefits of improved wildlife habitat, water quality, recreation, and scenic values.

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Articles

Join Drs. Nicholas Brazee, Univ of Massachusetts Extension & Cameron McIntire, USDA Forest Service, as they discuss tree-related diseases of importanc... Learn More
The 23rd Annual Blackfly Breakfast took place on June 17th, 2021. Representatives from across the forest products industry provided updates in a ro... Learn More
Workshops for Landowners
Workshops for Landowners Learn More