Raleigh, NC (November 14, 2005)- The Division of Forest Resources’ primary purpose is to ensure adequate and quality forest resources for the state to meet present and future needs. Their Mission is to develop, protect, and manage the multiple resources of North Carolina’s forests through professional stewardship, enhancing the quality of life for our citizens while ensuring the continuity of these vital resources.
The Division of Forest Resources is directly involved with forest management assistance to private landowners, reforestation services, forest fire prevention and suppression, and insect and disease control programs. The Division also is involved in the operation of tree seedling nurseries, long range forestry planning and technical development, water quality controls, urban forestry assistance, training, and support to volunteer fire departments and forestry education.
For more information, visit the North Carolina Division of Forest Resources.