Above: View of Lyme's former Connecticut Lakes forestlands in Northern New Hampshire. The lands were part of a 171,000 acre conservation transaction.
Banner Photo: A northern hardwood stand on timberlands in New York that Lyme acquired from International Paper in 2006. The transaction resulted in the conservation of 276,000 acres of forestland in the Adirondacks.
The Lyme Timber Company LP is a private timberland investment management organization (TIMO) that focuses on the acquisition and sustainable management of lands with unique conservation values. Since its founding in 1976, the Company has followed a disciplined and value oriented approach to investing in forestland and rural real estate throughout the US. The Company’s current portfolio includes 525,000 acres located in New York, Wisconsin, Florida, Maine, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Virginia, Delaware, South Carolina, Alabama and Louisiana.