Michigan’s 19 million acres of forests are one the state’s most treasured resources. They cover 53 percent of Michigan’s land area and are primarily privately owned. Come and learn about the special role that young forests play in sustaining our ecosystem, economy and enjoyment of the outdoors. Discover the array of help that is available to private landowners in managing their forests to meet their objectives for the present and the future.
Produced by Scott Allman, ANR Communications and Dr. Chuck Nelson, Department of Community, Agriculture, Recreation and Resource Studies, Michigan State University.