Welcome to the Catskill Forest Association, Inc.
We are a membership-based, nonprofit organization that provides forestry education and services to private Catskill landowners.
Now caring for over 77,000 acres worth of private properties across Delaware, Greene, Otsego, Schoharie, Sullivan, and Ulster Counties.
Join your fellow landowners and get started with your $25 consultation.
How it Works:
One-hour property visits by staff to help you learn about what your property holds
APPLE TREE PRUNING:
Pruning helps keep apple trees healthy and improves quality and quantity of yields
APPLE TREE GRAFTING:
A horticultural technique to help bring old, neglected trees back to fruition
PORTABLE SAWMILL PROGRAM:
We bring a state-of-the-art portable sawmill directly to your property and mill your logs to lumber on the spot.
WILDLIFE HABITAT MANAGEMENT:
Forestry practices to help improve your woodlot for wildlife
INVASIVE SPECIES MANAGEMENT:
Care for trees against invasive insects, and care for forests against invasive plants
Ever wonder what wildlife is around when you're not?
FOREST BIRD PROGRAM:
High-Nesting Bird Boxes for ducks, owls, etc. and/or Canopy Bird Feeders that protect against squirrels & bears
Custom property maps highlighting the property features you want to see
To schedule, call (845) 586-3054 or email email@example.com
Book your Programs and Services appointment now!
Our foresters are taking appointments for summer work. These appointment slots fill up quickly, so sign up now!!
Our Programs and Services are the best way we can help you achieve your property's fullest potential. While following proper social distancing and safety measures, our foresters can complete your Program & Service request safely and efficiently! Schedule yours today!!
CFA’s Office is now open to the public
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From the Forest: Weekly Broadcast
We host “From the Forest,” a weekly radio show on WIOX, our local radio station in Roxbury, NY. Listen in with Ryan Trapani, John MacNaught, and other guest speakers, while they discuss trees, logging, wood, maple syrup, nuts and berries and the pressing issues central to our forests.