The Forest Stewardship Program focuses on landowners in important resource areas, including plains and prairies, where good planning and management will enhance and sustain the long-term productivity of multiple forest resources. The program provides landowners with the planning and technical assistance they need to maintain productive and healthy forest conditions. The Program also recognizes landowners who apply stewardship to their forested lands. Landowners with a Forest Stewardship plan may also be eligible for financial assistance if available.
If you are a landowner who wishes to manage forest vegetation and associated resources for stewardship, you are eligible. First, you will work with a professional forester to identify your goals and objectives for your property. Your forester can then help you develop a Forest Stewardship Management Plan. The plan will enhance your knowledge of your property and assist you in making informed decisions to sustain a healthier, more productive forest.
To find out how you can participate in the Forest Stewardship Program please contact your local Colorado State Forest Service (CSFS) District
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