Forests & Wildlife of Chippewa County Wisconsin
Chippewa County is the home of our first office at Woodland Management Service just north of Cadott.
This office was opened in 1988 and is now run by our Wildlife Specialist Jesse Kulesa and one of our lead Foresters Nick Crane.
Our clients at Woodland Management Service own a lot of forest land in this county and they are quite happy with the bountiful wildlife here.
Chippewa County is home to more than 275 thousand acres of forest land, most of which is private land with the remaining 42 thousand acres being primarily on the County Forest and two small state parks.
Most of this forest land is High quality Red Oak with over 100 thousand acres of Oak. Aspen and Northern hardwoods come in second with around 45 thousand acres of each of these forest types.
These forests are not only good for producing income for our clients but also great habitat for high quality Deer, Grouse, Turkeys, Bears, and more.
If you are interested in purchasing land in Chippewa county or if you already own some and would like to learn more about how to improve this land, give me a call, our Foresters and Wildlife Specialists can help.
A few other articles to check out.
- Click here to learn more
What is a Forester & Why do I Need a Forester?
Buying and Selling Forest Land
- Top 10 List for Selling Your Forestland at a Premium Price.
- What Is My Tree Worth? Q&A#3
- Forestland Evaluations, dont Buy or Sell Forestland without one.
- FAQ - How important is Access When Selling Hunting and Recreational Land?
- Managing the Forest
- Your Forest May Need a Little Help
- FAQ Is leaving my woodland alone best for Wildlife & Forest Health?
- FAQ How do I create a Wildlife Paradise on my Property?
- FAQ How do I Encourage More Wildlife on My Land?
- FAQ What is Hygrading and why is it so Bad??
- FAQ I Have Recently Purchased/Inherited Some Forest Land. What's Next?
- Need a Break on your Forestland Taxes?
- Why Should I Hire A Forester To Sell My Timber? Q&A#4
- Do I need to have a Clear Cut on my property? Q&A#3
- Spring and Summer Danger, Oak Wilt can kill your most valuable trees
- Hunters are Looking to Lease Your Forestland