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 them on their achievement.
“We are thrilled to see FORECON continue to succeed here in Chautauqua County,” said Tom. “FORECON adds so much to the community and provides much needed services – we are honored to recognize them for their achievement and can’t wait to see what more they will do in the future.”
“We’re delighted to be celebrating out 65th year in business as a private consulting forestry firm, and we are very pleased that Tom is able to celebrate with us,” said John Gifford, FORECON president.
FORECON stands for Forest Recreation Ecology and Conservation and was founded in Jamestown, NY by Curtis Bauer in 1954. The organization provides effective and environmentally responsible forestry and natural resource consulting services. The service has 6 offices throughout New York, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.