Kansas Tree Farm System

 

Text Box: Since 1963, Kansas Tree Farmers have been managing and protecting their share of the 2 million acres of the stateís private forestland. The Kansas Tree Farm Program is part of the American Tree Farm System, (a program of the American Forest Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)3), which networks with 90,000 family forest owners and 4,000 foresters nationwide.

Tree Farm is a volunteer program with more than 140 certified Kansas Tree Farmers who meet the American Forest Foundationís Standards of Sustainability on nearly 7,464 acres of forestland.

Our mission is the promotion of renewable forest resources on private lands, protection of the environment and increasing public understanding of all the benefits of productive forestry.

How to Become a Tree Farmer?
To get started, checkout the Tree Farm Brochure or contact your local District Forester. 
Call the 
	Kansas Forest Service 
	785-532-3300
 	Email: atchison@ksu.edu

 Or contact a member of the State Tree Farm Committee.

Website Questions or Comments Email: kstree@kstreefarmsystem.org
Text Box: Kansas Forest Service
785-532-3300
Atchison@ksu.edu

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