Habitat Restoration

Pacific Stewardship specializes in planning for clients seeking to restore forestlands degraded from past logging, fire suppression, weed invasion, overgrazing and past land conversions. The planning process integrates the most up to date knowledge base of species-habitat relationships, principals of restoration ecology and strategies into plans designed for practical application.

Services include:

  • Reforestation of Degraded Forest and Woodlands
  • Control of Noxious Weeds and Re-establishment of Native Plant Communities
  • Enhancement of Habitat for At-risk Wildlife Species


Silvicultural Planning

Pacific Stewardship works closely with clients seeking design of silvicultural strategies to achieve a range of management objective.

Services include:

  • Reforestation and Reforestation of Degraded Forest
  • Thinning Strategies to Accelerate Development of Mature Conifer
  • Prescriptions to Enhance Forest Habitat for At-risk Wildlife Species


Forest Management Planning

Pacific Stewardship LLC specializes in a design process that synthesizes science, innovation and landowner objectives into a management framework that can be practically implemented. Working from small woodlots to large landscapes, these plans focus on effective strategies that integrate a wide range of objectives. A range of modeling tools (habitat, fire behavior, stand growth and yield, and carbon) can be used to project future conditions and optimize strategies. Our clients seek plans that span a range goals; some focus primarily on accelerating habitat development for focal wildlife, others seek reasonable returns on investment within a sustainable yield model of forestry. Plans are designed to meet a wide range of landowner needs while focusing on the following core principals:

  • Long-term sustainable yield
  • Innovative silvicultural design
  • Wildlife species and habitat restoration
  • Maintenance and enhancement of key watershed functions
  • Maintenance of road systems for maximum efficiency and minimum environmental impacts
  • Restoration of degraded lands


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