The Forest Health Task Force is a collaborative program that promotes forest health in Summit County through education, outreach, community involvement and exploring forest management issues including tree-insect epidemics, the future forest, forest ecology, economics, recreation, and right sizing the timber industry.

The Forest Health Task Force is a program of The Greenlands Reserve, a statewide nonprofit trust. READ about the FHTF mission and vision here!


Read and Comment on the Forest Service plans for the White River Forest's Health and Fuels Management Project

On February 20, SCTV videoed our FHTF meeting. Watch the two videos HERE (1) and HERE (2).

See our March 20th meeting video on youtube HERE

Check out Dan West's April presentation on Forest Health and Forest Disturbances

View Shelby Limberis' May 2019 powerpoint part 1 and part 2

Check out Jamie Vickery's June 2019 presentation Here

View August 21 Meeting powerpoints Here and Here

See Donna Graham's October 16 Presentation Here

January 15 presentation: Joe Newhart - Prehistoric Climate Change: Causes and Effects

Upcoming meeting: Wednesday, February 19, County Commons, Mt. Royal Room, 12-1:30