Martin Forestry Consulting, LLC was started in the spring of 2011 by Jon Martin of Bridgewater, NH. With 13 years of experience in the forestry consulting industry, Jon is passionate about sustainable forestry and land conservation. Jon began his own business to help landowners manage their land to its best potential. Sustainably managed forests can simultaneously maintain open space, enhance future timber quality and generate income for the landowner. Jon views his role as that of an educator and adviser, working with each client to develop a customized plan based on and their individual property and unique management goals. Additionally, he makes sure to consider each property’s history while addressing present needs and future goals.
Offering a full range of forestry expertise and more, from forest stewardship planning and timber sale administration to tree pruning and field mowing, Martin Forestry Consulting, LLC, brings quality consulting services to Central New Hampshire and beyond. Please take a look through our Gallery for a sampling of past projects, and learn more about what we do by exploring the tabs under Our Services. Read on for some short employee biographies:
Jon Martin grew up in the forests of Bristol and Bridgewater, NH. He graduated from Newfound High School in 1993, and went on to study forestry at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, NH. He graduated with an Associate’s Degree in Forestry from UNH’s Thompson School of Applied Science, and in 1999 he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Forest Management from the University.
Jon is passionate about the forests of New Hampshire, and serves on several boards and committees related to their conservation, management, and appreciation. He is an active member of the New Hampshire Timberland Owners Association (NHTOA), and co-teaches a workshop on safe logging using a farm tractor. He is also on the board of the NH Timber Harvesting Council and is on the advisory board of the Grafton County Cooperative Extension.
Jon is also passionate about conservation, and serves on a committee of the Newfound Lake Region Association. In 2009, he decided to put a conservation easement on his own property, which includes 4,000 feet of frontage on the Pemigewasset River.