Management plans contain descriptions of all the various resources found on a forest property. When writing a management plan, you deliberately consider multiple types of resources, such as:

Forest Vegetation (Timber) - acreage, age, species composition, etc.

Water - streams, ponds and wetlands, and their condition

Fish and Wildlife - species observed/known to use the property; important habitat features

Roads - type, surface, condition, maintenance or new construction needs

Soils - soil types, drainage, and other considerations

Recreation and Aesthetics - trails, vistas, and other sites important to the owner