The Board of Licensure of Foresters was established to protect the public from unqualified practitioners through the regulation of the practice of forestry in the State of Maine and to insure proper management of forest resources in the State.

The primary responsibility of the Board is to insure the competency of foresters through examination; to issue licenses to those qualified to hold the title of Forester; to investigate complaints of noncompliance with or violations of the law and board rules.


Last Updated: May 29, 2018