We are a full-service property access management company providing program development and implementation to forest landowners throughout the Inland Northwest. With over 1,000,000 acres of forest land currently in our access management programs, we provide property owners with fully functional recreation programs designed to meet their specific asset management needs without compromising the safety of ongoing industrial operations.
No matter what size your forest land acreage may be, if you are considering adding recreational use of your property to your asset management program, we are here to assist you.
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When you take time to head to the woods for a day of outdoor fun, QSI takes that commitment seriously and we want to help you exceed your recreation expectations! Within the pages of this website, you will find information to help you plan your forest activities - everything from hunting to ORV riding and many things in between. If you can't find the information you need here, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or like us on www.facebook.com/qualityservicesinc to receive the latest updates on changes taking place in the woods you lovingly call your backyard.
Inland Empire Paper Company
NW Washington and Idaho Panhandle
The owners and managers of IEP have made a solid commitment to keeping their lands open for public use on a user driven fee basis. With approximately 117,000 acres of forestlands, much of which are close to urban areas, the IEP properties are ideal for that quick evening or weekend get-away.
In order to promote positive relationships with the many communities surrounded by their vast ownership, Potlatch has created a user fee program weighted by the number of motorized vehicles you plan to use on their property. With a wide variety of landscape types stretching from St. Maries south through the Payette, you are sure to find plenty of ways to satisify that forest recreation craving.
Idaho Department of Lands
Charged with managing endowment lands to maximize revenue return to our public school system, various area land managers have requested QSI assistance in curtailing recreation abuses to these valuable properties. Our goal is to help educate IDL property visitors by increasing their awareness of key issues which negatively impact environmental quality or timber property management. While there are no access fees being charged to the public for use of the IDL Endowment lands, IDL has reaped economic benefits from a reduction in trash dumping, fires, and timber theft.