Max Schrimpf

Maxwell is a graduate of The Ohio State University with a degree in Forest Ecosystem Science & Management. As the District Forester, he provides information and technical assistance to the landowners of Montcalm, Kent, and Ionia counties.

Prior to coming to central Michigan, Max has experience working in multiple forestry disciplines. These include forest health, educating, timber with Ohio State, the Ohio Division of Forestry, and the Tahoe National Forest in Northern California. As a student of forestry and an Eagle Scout, Maxwell is passionate about the conservation of our natural resources and being good environmental stewards. In his free time, he likes hiking, photography, woodworking, following the weather, finding new places to explore outside, and Buckeye football.

Do you own forestland? Do you want to plant a forest of the future? Do you want to know if a timber harvest is right for you? Do you want to make your woods healthier and better for
wildlife? Can your woods save you money on your taxes? The answer to these and many more questions are available from your conservation district forester! A free, public service provided
by the Michigan Forestry Assistance Program, gives landowners access to quality information and technical assistance on how to best manage their woodlands. These foresters can help your
register for appropriate cost-share and tax break programs, and provide you with quality, professional service providers who can help give you confidence that the health of your woods is
of the utmost importance. Remember, a healthy forest is no accident.

Contact Info:

District Forester
(989) 831-4212 ext. 112