The ownership, PK Browns and Sons, has held this property as a model for managing their diverse array of timber holdings; with a long-range goal of wildlife conservation and woodland stewardship, this is now your opportunity to continue on with a role of exemplary forest conservation and management. Sustainable silvicultural operations and a legacy driven model has been the objective as this parcel boarders the Okemo State Forest, other conservation lands and more developed areas. All 447 acres are part of the Vermont Forest Legacy Program. The current conservation easement protect the bear and other wildlife habits while enhancing timber value by providing a buffer between human developmental operations and its wildlife habitat. Previous silvicultural operations focused on improving overall forest conditions with a management objective to enhance the quality of its northern hardwoods and mixed softwood component.
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