Public Review Period has Ended On State Forest Annual Work Plans
The State Forest annual work plans identify the work that is to be accomplished on the forest in the next fiscal year within the scope of the forest's long-range management plan. The plans will address establishment, growth, composition, health and quality forest management operations, along with maintenance and construction projects, and other required work.
This public forum was the third step in a three-step review process to establish the work plan. The first is an internal review by a team of resource professionals from the fields of wildlife, fisheries, heritage, forestry, recreation, water resources, and resource planning. The second step is a review by an appointed advisory committee. After the period of comment, the forest manager will make final adjustments to the plan.
The comment period ended on December 5, 2014.
View the work plans for the following forests:
- Green Ridge State Forest
- Savage River State Forest
- Potomac-Garrett State Forest
- Chesapeake Forest/Pocomoke State Forest