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Weldon Brook WMA Forest Stewardship Plan

Forest Management Activities At Weldon Brook WMA To Benefit Imperiled Species - 3/17/14

The NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife has retained the services of consulting foresters Gracie and Harrigan to develop a forest stewardship plan for the 1550-acre Weldon Brook Wildlife Management Area in Sussex County. The primary goal of the plan is to develop young forest habitat for imperiled wildlife like the golden-winged warbler.

Weldon Brook WMA Forest Stewardship Plan (pdf, 2.7mb)
Weldon Brook WMA Forest Stewardship Plan Appendices (pdf, 950kb)
Weldon Brook WMA Forest Stewardship Plan Shape Files (.zip file, Gracie and Harrigan site)

As part of the process of developing this plan, stakeholders who have insights about this area and interest in the management of state land were identified. Stakeholders' comments provided within a requested specified time frame (March 2013) have received responses to their comments:

Weldon Brook WMA Forest Stewardship Plan Comments (pdf, 325kb)

Additional reviews and comments on the plan are welcome. To send a comment or learn more about the public comment process, use the Weldon Brook WMA Forest Stewardship Plan Comment Form.

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Last Updated: March 17, 2014