Forester Certification

Overlooking a vernal pool in a forest.

 According to the Forest Practices Act, a certified forester may:

  • Plan or design forest practices, including but not limited to forest management plans and cutting plans
  • Represent the landowner as his or her agent in the sale of commercial forest products
  • Solicit the purchase of commercial forest products
  • Execute written or oral contracts and agreements for the purchase of commercial forest products
  • Participate in the execution of commercial forest product harvest operations
Interested in applying to become a Connecticut Certified Forester?

Access the Forest Practices Study Guide

Content last updated in April 2022.