Bayfield County Forest
Replanting Our Nation’s Forests
Forest OverviewBayfield County Forest is a 167,000-acre public forest in northern Wisconsin -- one of 29 county forests in the state which total 2.4 million acres. The topography of the forest and surrounding area has glacial origin. Elevations range from 602 feet above sea level at Lake Superior to 1,610 feet on the western ridges of the Penokee Range in southeastern Bayfield County.
These trees will also create new habitat for bird species such as the sharp tailed grouse and federally endangered Kirtland’s warbler.
Bayfield County Forest Needs Our HelpTogether, we can help Bayfield County Forest’s 2013 planting effort. The need is great to establish tree biodiversity across several northern Wisconsin forest areas. With our help, four different species of trees can help create connectivity with adjacent forest areas, re-establishing native forest ecosystems lost over the last 100 years due to insect and storm devastation. These trees will also create new habitat for bird species such as the sharp tailed grouse and federally endangered Kirtland’s warbler.