Providing forest consultant and woodlot management services in the Regions of Durham and York; City of Kawartha Lakes; and Peterborough, Simcoe, Hastings, Northumberland and Haliburton Counties.
Specializing in Managed Forest Plans that qualifies properties for the Managed Forest Tax Incentive Program (MFTIP); forest certification; tree marking and organizing timber sales and forest harvests; conifer plantation management and commercial thinning; as well as providing recommendations for wildlife habitat enhancement, tree planting, and managing invasive species.
Feel free to give us a call. We will be happy to discuss your concerns by phone at no cost.
Development of various management and property stewardship plans, including preparation and approval of Managed Forest Plans for application to the Managed Forest Tax Incentive Program (MFTIP). Following plan preparation, follow-up services will be provided by phone or e-mail at no cost to support plan implementation.
Woodland ‘walk abouts’ to discuss priorities, strategies and 'coaching' to help you meet your personal objectives, including:
Forest harvest planning, hardwood, plantations and white cedar.
Services range from basic evaluation to full service / project management package, including:
• Forest certification under the umbrella of the Eastern Ontario Model Forest / Forest Stewardship Council - http://www.eomfcert.ca/eomf-forest-certification-program
Geographic Information System mapping
Over 30 years of forest management services for central Ontario landowners
1. A Landowner’s Guide to Selling Standing Timber - https://www.ontariowoodlot.com/publications-and-links/owa-publications/landowner-guides/a-landowner-s-guide-to-selling-standing-timber
2. A Landowner’s Guide to Controlling Invasive Woodland Plants
3. A Landowner’s Guide to Forest Management Basics
Your woodland and natural areas are significant property assets that benefit from management as does any other investment. As well as contributing to property values, natural areas provide you and your family with many benefits – a place to view wildlife, outdoor recreation, perhaps personal firewood or maple syrup, a place for personal reflection and solitude, and – for some - income from periodic forest harvesting. Managing for these environmental values as you undertake stewardship of your property, while meeting your own objectives, can provide great personal satisfaction as well as enhancing your property's value.
Everyone’s woodland property is different, as well as their objectives. Little remains static over time in a woodland - it's important to know what is happening and to manage accordingly. A site inspection and inventory, with you, is the essential first step for meeting a property’s potential.
We work with you to develop and implement a practical management program designed specifically for your woodland to meet your objectives.
Dave Pridham - 705-324-2269
E-mail – email@example.com