THERE’S MORE TO A FOREST THAN TREES.
Anyone can cut down a tree, even clear an entire forest. The value of a hardworking forest goes beyond simply bringing logs to market.
We believe that the long-term ability of forests to provide for families and communities depends on harvesting trees in a manner that respects all of the values of the forest.
WHAT WE DO
What we do isn’t as important as how we do it.
Trout Mountain Forestry provides a full range of planning and land management services for ownerships of 10 to 10,000 acres. We are able to manage all aspects of the forest management cycle and we work closely with our clients to develop an individually tailored approach to managing their forest
WHO WE ARE
Our team brings together decades of experience and leadership in sustainable forest management and planning. We are hands-on forest managers and take great pride in our solid relationships with and service to our clients. We bring our best creative thinking to every project, large or small, to find lasting solutions to complex resource management problems.
Every year, we manage numerous timber harvests for families and individual owners, projects ranging from 5 acres to more than 1,000 acres. These are the bread and butter of our business. We greatly value our ongoing working relationships with this diverse group of landowners, all of whom share a common stewardship vision.
We work with city, county, and regional governments throughout western Oregon to manage their highly visible and publicly valued watersheds, parks, and natural areas. Whether developing a stewardship plan, managing a timber harvest, or conducting a habitat restoration project, we work with the local community and its leadership to maintain public trust and achieve their objectives in managing these special resources.
We assist numerous communities and organizations throughout western Oregon – including religious groups, youth camps, and landowner associations – with a wide variety of projects to establish, restore, and manage their special forest resources. We frequently operate in visually sensitive environments, balancing community financial goals with the desire to maintain safe, welcoming, and scenic forest settings.