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Nicholas Crane, Managing & Appraising Forest Land (Woodland Companies) Services for Real Estate Pros



Nicholas Crane
Managing & Appraising Forest Land
location_on Cadott, WI — Woodland Companies
Get to Know Nicholas Crane

I am a second generation consulting forester working for Woodland Management Service. 


-Saint Lawrence Seminary in Mt. Calvary WI.

-Graduated from UWSP in 2013 with both Forestry and Business Degrees.

-I have been working in the woods doing forest inventory, appraisal and management work since 2003.


Do You Need A Forester?

You need Woodland Management Service if you are a... 

Forest Landowner:
To plan the best use, protection and management of your land and timber resources so that your individual interests can be met. 

To assure that the best available documentation of evidence is obtained about conditions on your clients' properties. 

Banker and Accountant:
To help plan for meeting income and estate tax obligations and to implement the estate management plans of woodland owner-clients. 

Real Estate Broker & Agent:
To more accurately appraise timber, evaluate wildlife potential and assist your buyers in getting a better return on their investment. 


To more accurately appraise rural properties, appraisers need a forester to appraise the timber resources, which are often ignored or inaccurately valued. 

Insurance Adjuster:
To more accurately appraise trees damaged by a variety of causes including fire, car accidents, vandalism, etc. Trees appraised range from single yard trees to large tracts. 

To evaluate the land you have as well as potential investments, to increase profits on property, to minimize taxation on properties owned.



 If you would like to learn more about how we can help You, give me a call!


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Woodland Management Service, A consulting forestry company with field offices located throughout Wisconsin would like to help you with your land management goals. WMS has been working with private landowners in Wisconsin and throughout the United States for 27 years.

All Foresters and Wildlife Managers at Woodland Management have a minimum of a BS or MS Degree in Forestry and Wildlife Managment.

 Bob has a Bs in Forest Administration and Wildlife Management from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point along with a Bs in Communications-Public Relations.

Bob has also worked for various companies and agencies throughout most of the United States and you will also find Woodland Management Service working in most of the country on various Inventory, Appraisal, and Forest Management projects.

The professionals at Woodland Management Service are also involved in working with various charitable and professional organizations including the Society of American Foresters, The Association of Consulting Foresters, The American Tree Farm Association, The WDNR Cooperative Forester Program, and more.


When Only the Best will Do, Count on the Woodland Crew!