Ohio has 24 state forests covering more than 200,000 acres. Ohio State Forests vary in size from nearly 64,000 acres to less than 500 acres. These forests are managed for multiple uses including sustainable timber production, wildlife habitat, soil and water protection, and recreation.
OUR VISION: The Ohio Division of Forestry envisions healthy, diverse forests valued for the life-sustaining benefits they provide now and forever.
OUR MISSION: To promote and apply management for the sustainable use and protection of Ohio’s private and public forest lands.