Supporting Public Use
Compared to other regions, there is a relatively small amount of public land in the Northeast United States, and therefore private forestland is used heavily by the recreating public.
In keeping with this tradition, most Wagner timberland in the Northeast is open to the public for low-impact activities such as hunting, fishing and hiking, along with increasingly popular sports like snowmobiling.
Northwestern Ontario and Nova Scotia offer abundant provincial land, but the public still enjoys recreating on most of the freehold lands managed by Wagner.
Click here to read more about public recreational opportunities on Wagner’s lands.