About Patrick Bartlett

Patrick Bartlett

Patrick’s love of nature began in the Adirondacks, where he attained the rank of Eagle Scout and became an expert in the outdoors. He graduated SUNY-ESF Ranger School with a degree in Forestry and he also holds a degree from SUNY Cobleskill in Parks and Recreational Land Management. Patrick worked as the Forestry Supervisor for the Rockefeller estate in Woodstock, Vermont, from 1982 to 1987, when he founded his own business, Bartlett Forestry & Wildlife. Patrick is a licensed Vermont forester.

Patrick has served as the elected Chairman of the Consulting Foresters Association and has testified on Current Use topics. His articles have been featured in Northern Woodlands Magazine and he has appeared numerous times on the “Across the Fence” program on Channel 3 of Burlington, Vermont. Most recently, Patrick was invited to give a keynote address on sustainable forestry in the 21st Century at the Global Classrooms International Model UN Conference at the United Nations headquarters in New York City. Currently, Patrick is serving his second term as the Governor’s appointee to the State of Vermont’s Current Use Program Advisory Board.

Having been a forestry and wildlife consultant for 35 years, Patrick now enjoys devoting his time to teaching animal tracking workshops, tree and plants identification, foraging for wild mushrooms and leading guided nature tours in Vermont.