ForestAndRange.org has modules for woodland owners that span a variety of topics. Examples of modules include: management planning, forest farming, inventorying your woods, estate planning and more. Most of the modules have activities that will assist the user in learning the content of the module. The site is managed by the University of TN with individual modules created by specialists from through the land grant university system.
Forest* A Syst* is a web-based tool for woodlot owners throughout the US to help them collect some baseline information about the location of their property, soils information, and connect them with agency / extension folks in their region. It is possible to view and print soils maps and aerial photos. The site provides general information on timber and wildlife management, recreation, forest health, and management planning. The software was developed by the University of Georgia by Kris Irwin.
A list of the newest publications from the Northern Research Station is now available. You can view and print the online versions or order paper copies of the publications at this link. http://nrs.fs.fed.us/pubs/updates/
Community-Based Deer Management (CBDM) is a guided process for addressing deer-related problems. It focuses on careful planning, targeted actions, and measuring progress. The process is flexible, helping communities adapt their deer management plan as needs change over time.