Meet The Team
Employees are any organization’s biggest asset. At TFG, we are well aware that our operations and positive impact are only possible because of our committed staff.
Chip Collins Internship
The Forestland Group sponsors the annual Chip Collins Internship. Each year, one successful candidate addresses a conservation issue relevant to TFG’s ownership.
Projects focus on managed forests and may be domestic or international in scope. The Charles “Chip” Collins Internship Program in Conservation Forestry honors Chip’s contributions to the field of timberland investing. Chip brought his conservation ethic as a founding partner of TFG in 1995, and his influence remains today at the core of TFG’s practices.
|2015||Karena Mahung, “Conservation Values of Yalbac & Laguna Seca”|
|2016||Cakey Worthington, “Carbon Project Feasibility Across TFG Properties”|
|2017||John Burrows, “Assessing Stream and Wetland Mitigation Opportunities on TFG Properties”|
|2018||Rob Turnbull, “The Extent and Condition of Skid Trails and Landings on TFG Properties in the Northeast”|
|2019||Corinna Steinrueck, “Comparison of Standing and Cut Timber Volume in Appalachian Mixed Hardwood Stands”|
|2020||Elisabeth McElwee, POSTPONED to 2021 due to the pandemic|
Internships & Job Opportunities
At The Forestland Group, natural forests are not the only resource we steward. Helping employees thrive, grow, and work together as a team is paramount. We promote productivity and wellness with flexible work structures. TFG encourages colleagues to lead local organizations, attend conferences, and receive training.