Vermont Forester & Wildlife Specialist
Bartlett Forestry & Wildlife Service is owned and operated by Vermont forester Patrick Bartlett and located in Woodstock, Vermont. Patrick is a sustainable forester with over 35 years experience, managing over 70,000 acres for hundreds of “Current use” clients in Central Vermont. During this time he has planned out and supervised the construction of over 150 miles of recreational woodland trails that are also used as access for Sustainable Forestry Projects.
The Current Use program is a state run initiative that promotes sustainable forestry and discourages land fragmentation, by giving owners property tax incentives. Patrick also directly manages dozens of timber sales per year, harvesting wood that helps heat over 400 homes and many schools. See more on Heating Vermont Schools with Wood Chips Using Sustainable Forestry Practices.
He is also involved with the “Naked Table Project” with “Sustainable Woodstock, Vermont” a program that seeks to inspire, organize, and empower community members to integrate environmentally and socially responsible practices in all aspects of their lives to create a sustainable community.
Patrick has planted hundreds of oaks trees every spring in areas where timber has been harvested with many groups of students. Patrick has also served as a Governor’s appointee to the State of Vermont’s Current Use Advisory Board and as past Chairman of the Consulting Forester’s Association of Vermont. A graduate of the State University of New York’s Ranger School with a degree in Forestry, he also holds a degree from SUNY Cobleskill in Parks and Recreational Land Management.
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