Ingalls Forest is the Iosco Conservation District's 80 acre forest. Located on Bischoff Rd. north of Anderson Rd. a few miles NW of Tawas.
Questions please call Russell Williams District Forester 989-310-6408
NEW SIGNS FOR MORE INFORMATION
Sign at Payea Pavilion
Sign at Front Gate
Ingalls Forest is MAEAP Verified!! The Iosco Conservation District owned Ingalls Forest has met the standards of responsible land management and was MAEAP verified on June 28, 2017.
We are pleased to announce that on September 13, 2023, passed a stringent review process of land management practices, Forest, Wetlands, and Habitat and was reverified.
Pictured are: Sarah Lassen (MAEAP technician, Russ Williams (Forester) and Sharon Czaika (member of the Board of Directors).
Click HERE for more information MAEAP and how your land can be MAEAP verified.
Now is the perfect time to enroll your property in HAP!! Why not be paid for leasing the land you own with no hassles? New leasing rates beginning this fall. Call the office (989)362-3842, Ext 5, for more information or click HERE to visit the official Michigan HAP website.
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