Healthy forests in America are critical to public health and well-being and are part of our national infrastructure just like roads and bridges. They filter our air and water, provide jobs and a wealth of paper and wood products, and are places where our children and grandchildren enjoy wildlife and nature. These benefits we enjoy from our forests don’t happen by chance. Forest Action Plans in every state and territory are guiding the work of forestry professionals and supporting the goals of family forest owners to manage and conserve forests with future generations in mind.
Current MA Forest Action Plan
The current plan was written and adopted in 2010. An updated plan and assessment is in process with a target release date of June 2020.