J.M. Huber Corporation is a 130 year old, family owned business that's developing its fifth generation of leaders. Huber has owned and sustainably managed timberland for over sixty years. Huber Resources Corp is a subsidiary of J.M. Huber Corporation, and we bring that long history of stewardship and ethics to every client we serve.
Huber Resources is guided by Huber’s Principles: Environmental, Health and Safety Sustainability, Ethical Behavior, Respect for People and Excellence. To learn more about the Huber Principles, click here.
We know that forests are wonderful systems. They can be a perpetual source of income, an asset to store wealth for future generations, and a living system that supports wildlife and important public resources.
Managing a forest can be complicated, but choosing a manager doesn't have to be. We invite you to schedule a meeting and tour some of the lands that we manage. Please feel free to contact us at any time.
We manage timberland for individuals, families, trusts, investors and conservation organizations in seven states.
Peter is the leader of Huber Resources Corp and is responsible for forest management in seven states. This includes client relations, timberland dispositions and acquisitions, and general management of HRC. Peter is the primary resource for timberland modeling, including Woodstock and FVS models.
Peter is a licensed Maine forester, and has a MS in forestry from the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, and a BA in biology from Columbia University.
Barry manages the wildlife resources on client properties and assists forestry staff with wildlife habitat enhancement and regulatory compliance. He has developed biodiversity related policies for both stand and landscape features. Barry coordinates public use issues on managed lands and maintains contact with state agencies and non-governmental organizations.
Barry is a certified wildlife biologist and has a BS from Cornell University and an MS in wildlife from the University of Maine.
Lance is responsible for geographic information system (GIS) processing and data management as well as general information technology management at HRC. He helps keep client GIS current, and can deliver geographic data to portable devices and via the Internet.
Lance has a BS in forest ecosystem science from the University of Maine and a post baccalaureate certificate in GIS from the Pennsylvania State University World Campus.
Kenny is the Maine Woodlands Forester with Huber Resources. He is responsible for operations on client timberland. Kenny is also responsible for compliance with Forest Stewardship Council and Sustainable Forestry Initiative certification.
Kenny is a licensed Maine forester, and has MF degrees from Yale and the University of Maine, and a BS in forestry from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland.
Trevor is responsible for marketing fiber from client timberlands and managing HRC’s log optimization facility. HRC markets 300,000 tons of forest products to a variety of markets. At the log optimizing facility, client wood is sorted, merchandized and marketed for the highest return.
Trevor is a licensed Maine forester, and has a BS in forestry and wildlife management from the University of Maine.
Chris is responsible for all financial activities, including accounting oversight, financial reporting and analysis, budgeting and forecasting and preparing year-end materials for external auditors. HRC provides a full suite of financial reporting, from simple quarterly cash flows to full financial statements. Chris also provides technical consulting services for landowners and their external accounts on for Timber related tax and accounting issues.
Chris is a certified public accountant in Maine and a certified global management accountant. He has a BS and an MBA from the University of Maine.