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Category: Forest Management

  • 2023 Sawmill Tour at Hull Forest Products

    Stewarding Local Working Woodlands & Manufacturing Materials for the Global Bioeconomy Join us for our 2023 sawmill tour at Hull Forest Products and come see what we saw! Learn how our Connecticut forest-based business stewards local working woodlands and manufactures wood products, including green and kiln dried hardwood lumber, wood flooring, and timbers, for the […]

  • Join Us for Celebrating Agriculture Day on September 25!

    Hull Forest Products will be exhibiting at Celebrating Agriculture Day at the Woodstock Fairgrounds, Woodstock, CT on September 25, 2021 from 9am -3pm. Bring the whole family to this free event to learn about all kinds of local agriculture, including forest management, logging, and the manufacture of sustainable wood products from local timber. Lean how […]

  • For the Birds: A Forest Walk at Avalonia Land Conservancy’s Hoffman Reserve

    Join Hull Forest Products forester Chris Casadei for a two-hour guided tour of Avalonia Land Conservancy’s Hoffman Reserve on Saturday October 17, 2020 at 10 am. Participants will view and discuss recent forest management activity designed to improve forest health and wildlife habitat. Tour areas of softwood plantation as well as native forest cover types, […]

  • Logging, Forest Management & Land Clearing for Woodland Owners in CT, MA, and RI

    Are you interested in logging, forest management, or land clearing? We’ve been providing forestry services for landowners in CT, MA, and RI for over 55 years, and our work has earned us awards from the EPA and the Sand County Foundation. We can help you achieve your objectives. Whether your goals are to improve the […]

  • How Landowners Can Enhance Wildlife Habitat Through Forest Management

    Did you know that you can enhance wildlife diversity on your own property through woodland management?  Read on to learn how you and your forester can create greater biodiversity through silvicultural practices. “Forest” is the largest land category in Connecticut, with approximately 60 percent of the state covered in forest.  Since the statistic began being […]