The New Jersey Forest Service will refund landowners up to 75% for the cost of a new or revised Forest Management Plan to help meet the criteria necessary to participate in the state’s Forest Stewardship Program.

Landowners with 5 or more acres that are planning to have a professional forester manage their woodlands are eligible to participate in the state’s Forest Stewardship Program and receive a partial refund for the cost of developing a forest management plan. Landowners whose woodlands are Farmland Assessed and wish to revise an existing forest management plan are eligible for a rebate as well. Funds are limited. Call your Regional Forester to learn more about the many benefits of the Forest Stewardship Program.

New Jersey Stewardship Program

Stewardship Questions and Answers

List of New Jersey State Approved Foresters


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1st Annual Charles Newlon Forestry Forum

Duke Farms, October 20, 2017

Posted by NJ Division Allegheny Society of American Foresters on Friday, October 20, 2017

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