Great Pond Mountain Conservation Trust purchased the Wildlands in 2005, and commissioned a Natural Resources Inventory in 2006. A Forest Management Plan by Forester Jake Maier followed. Recommendations and findings from these and from community focus groups were incorporated into the Wildlands Management Plan, 2009. Below you can read our inventory, plans and policies, which aim to conserve wildlife habitat in the Wildlands while providing multiple opportunities for low-impact recreation and nature study.
Wildlands Forest Inventory Report, issued in 2015, is Forester Roger Greene’s analysis of data gathered by the 2014 Wildlands Forest Inventory.
Wildlands Management Plan includes information on how GPMCT manages the Wildlands and why.
Wildlands Hunting & Trapping Policy is our policy on hunting, fishing and trapping
Wildlands Special Use Policy covers special requests by groups to use the Wildlands differently than the general public
Wildlands Emergency Action Plan rev.2011 tells users and responders what to do in the case of a medical, police or fire emergency or lost person
Wildlands Natural Resource Inventory, 2006 by Alison Dibble and Catherine Rees includes natural resource findings and management recommendations for the property. Not all tables and maps are included in the online version, and some information is left out. To view the full NRI, please contact the GPMCT office at 469-6929.
Wildlands Forestry Plan 2007 by Forester Jake Maier details the conditions of the forest and plans for forestry activity for the next 10 years. This is a viewable version. For a printable version, Wildlands Forestry Plan 2007 print.