A healthy forest is one that is cared for and properly managed. Decisions you make today can impact your land for decades. Our timberland management team works with you to ensure the best possible future for your investment.
Building Your Forest Management Roadmap
Our forestry experts are focused on designing a timberland management road map that will achieve your land ownership objectives. Elements of a successful road map may include:
How do you determine success? Whether your focus is on economic returns, wildlife conservation, recreation, aesthetics, or any other utility, we will help define what success looks like for your property.
Our forestry experts will work with you to determine the activities needed (e.g. commercial/pre-commercial thinning, prescribed fire, planting, site preparation, etc.).
Detailed Stand Description
We will help you build a detailed description of your forest with maps an inventory for each stand, including soil types, number of acres, tree species and standing timber volume.
After gaining a better understanding of the property through inventory and analysis, we will provide you with projections for growth and yield of your forest asset.
Our forestry experts will build a specific five year operating plan, including a schedule of harvests, an outline of each activity, and when each occurs.
Income and Expense
Based on our detailed road map, we will provide you with an income and expense projection for a 30-year period.
OVER 2,200,000 ACRES
are currently being managed by our staff of goal-oriented asset managers.
“We are absentee land owners that trust and rely on FRC to be our eyes and ears when managing the property to our objectives.”
Lucy & Tom Hughes – Private Landowner
Ready to build your road map to success?
Need Help with a Specific Project?
We recommend starting with the development of a customized forest management road map, but we can also provide services for a one-time project or general consulting services, including:
(Mechanical & Chemical)
Herbaceous Weed Control
(Establishment & Mid-Rotation)
Road Construction and Maintenance
Boundary Line Maintenance
Harvesting and Timber Sales
(Thinning & Final Harvest)
We were recently approached by a landowner to prepare and implement a long-term management plan on his family’s 4,300 acres of land in Georgia, following the death of a family patriarch.
Within this plan, we assisted the landowner in passing the land on to numerous heirs, including individuals and trusts. The property has been held intact and actively managed for timber production.