Forest & Wildlife Management Assistance

While the Clinton Conservation District does not currently have its own Forester, the District is available to assist all county residents on some limited forestry and wildlife management.


A forester is focused on providing advice to landowners on timber management, wildlife habitat improvement and preparation of management plans so they can make informed decisions regarding timber harvest and other resource management issues on their property.


A forester can give recommendations regarding species selection and plantings for reforestation and wildlife habitat enhancement, along with providing in-office and on-site assistance to private forest landowners and homeowners dealing with the control of insect, disease, and wildlife pests in woodlots and yards.

If you would like more information about forestry or have forestry related question please feel free to contact the Conservation District office at (989) 224-3720 ext.5 or via email.