Why Manage Your Forests and Woodlands?


What do you see when you look at your trees?

  • Ten trees or ten acres of trees?
  • A scenic view?     
  • A future home site?     
  • A haven for recreation?     
  • A habitat for wildlife?      
  • A family legacy?      
  • A one-time cash crop?      
  • A long-term investment?

Regardless of what you see, or what you own . . .
                                                           Management is key.

 Management helps keep your trees and forest land healthy and productive today and tomorrow, and increases economic, environmental and social benefits from them. If your goal is maintaining your forest land, good management means wise stewardship.

Whatever your objectives--profit, sport, recreation, scenery, wildlife habitat, or conservation -- good management can help get you there. Good management guides you toward maintaining a healthy forest and demonstrating social, environmental, and ecological responsibility. Whether you represent the fourth generation of Oklahoman on your land or the first, managing it preserves your legacy for future generations.

So what is your next step?  Start by clicking here.