The Forest Society of Maine (FSM) has helped conserve more than one million acres of forestland throughout Maine for wildlife, people, and productive forests.
Maine’s North Woods support a diversity and abundance of fish and wildlife found nowhere else in the lower 48 states.
These 12 million acres of forestlands and waters:
- provide the contiguous, undeveloped landscape needed for many iconic animals such as moose, Canada lynx, and black bear
- are the last stronghold for native Eastern brook trout
- contain the only breeding population of Canada lynx in the East
The Forest Society of Maine is made up of people who care about the future of this great forest. You can help FSM conserve wildlife habitat.