Community forests

Deep in the far northwest corner of Montana near the City of Troy sits 28,000 acres containing some of the state's best fisheries and wildlife habitat, and a highly productive working forest—the city's primary sustenance through the 20th century.

Established in 1955, Arcata's community forest is the oldest city-owned community forest west of the Rockies.

The Trust for Public Land, the Northern Forest Center, and the Quebec-Labrador Foundation/Atlantic Center for the Environment have created the Community Forest Collaborative to marshal resources to expand... Read more

Ten miles south of Taos and directly adjacent to the popular Carson National Forest, sits the 5,087-acre Miranda Canyon property. Proximity to the forest's recreation trails and other attractions has made Miranda Canyon a target for real estate developers... Read more

Bayou Teche, in south-central Louisiana, lies at the southernmost end of the rich Atchafalaya River Basin, one of the most productive wildlife areas in North America and the nation's largest undisturbed expanse of wetlands.

Covering 31,300 acres of remote forests, streams, and ponds, the Androscoggin Headwaters near Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge was one of the largest unprotected properties remaining... Read more

The Swan Valley is a natural masterpiece of glacier-capped peaks,
crystal clear lakes, lush meadows, and productive forestlands. Located
between the Bob Marshall and Mission Mountain Wilderness Areas, the Swan

Over 100 years ago, Millstone Hill was the site of more than 75 small independent quarry operations that fostered the town of Barre’s growth and prosperity in the 19th century. Virtually every square foot of Millstone Hill was cleared and quarried.

Zack Woods has been enjoyed in every season by the public for its trails and class 4 roads where people hike, run, ride mountain bikes, ski, snowshoe, and walk their dogs.