ForestView is a suite of Web applications that provide interactive map based access to a variety of DNR Forestry geographic data sets. These include forest inventory data for state-administered lands, 10-year subsection forest resource management plans (SFRMPs), and potential harvest sites from the DNR's annual stand exam lists. In addition, the SFRMP and annual stand exam list map interfaces include a method to submit public comments on proposed management actions for specific sites (i.e., stands) via online forms.
Click on any of the map interface links below to begin browsing DNR Forestry's geographic datasets.
Instructions for using the map interfaces are available through the question-mark icon on the map interface pages.
Annual Stand Exam Lists
These maps of DNR's annual stand exam lists by fiscal year (July 1–June 30) provide access to detailed forest inventory data and a preliminary management prescription for each forest stand scheduled to be visited for potential treatment. Public comments regarding the management of individual forest stands can be submitted via a Web-based form when viewing the stand data.
- Public comment period closed June 23, 2016. Fiscal Year 2017 Proposed Annual Stand Exam List. Visit our annual stand exam page for more information on the process and lists.
- Fiscal Year 2017 Annual Stand Exam List Map Interface The forest stands displayed here are for fiscal year 2017, and include stands from which timber may be offered for sale between July 1, 2016, and June 30, 2017. Timber sold may be harvested immediately or up to five years after the date of sale.
The Forest Inventory Map Interface presents maps of DNR's forest inventory of state-administered lands, with access to detailed information for each inventoried forest stand.
For additional information regarding DNR Forestry's forest inventory program, see our Cooperative Stand Assessment page.
Subsection Forest Resource Management Plans (SFRMP)
Maps of forest stands selected for treatment in DNR's long-term forest resource management plans, with access to detailed forest inventory data, a preliminary management prescription, and the year the stand is scheduled for treatment. Public comments regarding the management of a forest stand can be submitted via a Web-based form when viewing the stand data.
For more information on the SFRMP process, see our SFRMP page.