In recognition of its 65th Year in Business on July 1, 2019.
It is through the dedication and commitment of this Professional forestry Consulting firm, which is headquartered in Falconer, N.Y., […]
New York State Assembly Citation
July 2, 2019
Andrew Goodell, Member of Assembly
Congratulations FORECON, INC. as you Celebrate your 65thh Anniversary. Best Wishes as you continue using innovative, cutting-edge technology to help […]
Whereas, Forest Recreation Ecology and Conservation (FORECON) is a national organization that was founded by Curtis Bauer in the Jamestown area and continues to work and help our community in […]
Sixty-five years is an impressive milestone, and it should not go unnoticed. In honor of their 65th anniversary, Congressman Tom Reed recently stopped by FORECON in Falconer, NY to congratulate […]
A lot of timber market discussion has been dedicated to our current tariff/trade talks with China, and how the impact of these talks has affected our eastern hardwood markets. As […]
On March 27th 2018, FORECON Inc. foresters attended the Penn State Forest Health, Insect and Disease seminar held at the Penn State Hotel conference center, State College, Pennsylvania. There were approximately 460 people in attendance. Presentations throughout the day primarily focused on two topics; Potential impacts of the exotic fruit fly Drosophila Suzukii Best management practices for the Spotted Lanternfly Scott Stoleson, Research Wildlife Biologist, USDA Forest Service, spoke on the Potential Implications of the Exotic Fruit Fly, Drosophila suzukii, on the Allegheny National Forest (ANF) Ecosytem. And Timothy Marasco, DCNR Bureau of Forestry in Harrisburg updated us on the Spotted Lanternfly (Lycorma delictula) infestation in Southeast Pennsylvania.