Consulting Foresters in PA NY OH and WV - Appalachian Forest Consultants is a full service forest management company and offers the best timber sale results in PA
Appalachian Forest Consultants' Story
AFC has 7 degreed professionals at-the-ready to
meet your forest management needs. We have
"home bases" in Johnstown, Dubois, Ridgeway,
Markleysburg, Millerstown, Pottsville, and Lemont.

In 2007
Michael T. Wolf partnered with AFC. After
working as a professional forester in many arenas,
including industry and education/outreach, Mike has
joined AFC and the private consulting sector. Mike
has a strong background in forest management and
is a passionate forest health advocate.

In 2012, AFC's team of professionals expanded to
Mark E. Banker, Certified Wildlife Biologist
and Certified Prescribed Burner. Mark has worked for
both state agencies and non-profit wildlife
organizations since graduating with a Master's
Degree in Wildlife Science from VA Tech in 1994.
Most recently, Mark was Director of Development with
the American Chestnut Foundation's Northern
Appalachians Field Office, and Senior Biologist with
the Ruffed Grouse Society. Mark brings a great
degree of professionalism to AFC's new Wildlife
Services division.
Very Satisfied Clients
Appalachian Forest Consultants has been serving
forest owners in PA, WV,
and OH for over 50 years. If
you would like to meet or talk to some of our clients in
your area just contact us. We can set up appointments
or provide contact information for you. Contact
or call (814) six 59 - one280.
July 2007
November 2007
Following his work with
Penn State Forestry
Mike Wolf joins
Forest Management
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May 2008
Mike Wolf (at right in
receives the 2008
Conservation Educator of
the Year Award from the
Cambria County
Conservation District.
September 2012
Mark Banker joins AFC's
team of professionals -
expanding AFC's role to
include Wildlife Services
for our forest landowner
Mark Banker, Wildlife Biologist, Available to help with your wildlife needs
December 2020