Ossipee Mountain Land Company evolved out of land holdings purchased in 1978. Our company has a combined ownership and long term management of 15,000 acres of New Hampshire Forestland. The land has been managed for the future in an ecologically, culturally, financially responsible and sustainable manner.
Ossipee Mountain Land Company began business in 1986. Our company has a combined ownership and long term management of 15,000 acres of New Hampshire Forestland. The land has been managed for the future in an ecologically, culturally, and financially responsible and sustainable manner. The following goals and objectives guide the management of our lands:
•To maintain long term ownership without realizing gain from the sale of land
•To practice ecologically and economically sustain all forestry
•To maintain a certified tree farm with the American Forest Foundation
•To provide a source of raw material for our firewood packing facility
•To provide open space in perpetuity through conservation easements for the enjoyment of the public for hiking, skiing, hunting, fishing, nature observation, etc.
•To protect and create wildlife habitats for a variety of species
•To recognize and conserve significant natural and cultural areas including:
Rare and endangered plant communities
Old growth timber stands as well as individual trees
Wetlands and riparian zones
Historical cultural features: cemeteries, cellar holes, stone walls, old mill sites, logging camp sites, etc.
Prehistoric cultural sites
•To add adjacent lands as practicable to enable assemblage of a larger contiguous parcel of productive forestlands
•To cooperate with neighboring landowners to protect and encourage working forests
•To produce a sustainable level of income from the sale of forest products and eventually recreational cabin fees sufficient to provide working capital for the operation of the property, in accordance to these goals.
Our lands are open to the public for pedestrian recreational uses including:
•Snowmobiling on designated trails
Our plans include the construction of several remote cabins in the Ossipee Mountians to be rented to the public for recreational use.