Maine's land trust for
The mission of the Forest Society of Maine (FSM) is to conserve Maine's forestlands in a manner that sustains their ecological, economic, cultural, and recreational values.
Featured Newsletter Article
Retired, first generation state Fisheries Biologist Roger AuClair reflects on how brook trout management changed over his 60-year career, and how the Forest Society of Maine can help ensure that wild brook trout can flourish for another 60 years in Maine's North Woods.
Explore an FSM project
FSM is working with the state to conserve two miles of waterfront for public access on the northern shore of Moosehead Lake.
We are currently engaged in several exciting projects that will conserve exceptional woods and waters for forests, fish, and other wildlife and protect public access for recreation. Seen above, White Cap Mountain in Maine's remote 100-Mile Wilderness region.
Click on the link to find out more about the Gulf Hagas - White Cap project.
Latest News & Events
Maine Maple Sunday - Sunday, March 23, 2014
Various locations throughout Maine
And the award goes to...
The Maine TREE Foundation recently honored new and outstanding Certified Logging Professionals.
The Maine Forest Products Council also recently announced its 2013 awards for Outstanding Logger, Outstanding Forester, and more. Congratulations to all CLP graduates and 2013 award recipients!
by George Smith, George's Outdoor News (Bangor Daily News online)
November 25, 2013
(You can also check out George's piece in the latest edition of The Maine Sportsman)