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Q: Why should I harvest trees from my forest?


Selective harvesting promotes a healthy environment for forests. By removing the canopy of mature trees, it allows light to filter down to the forest floor enabling saplings to begin their growth cycle. Trees left standing past their maturity are not able to be fully utilized and eventually become a hazard to other trees or nearby facilities as they slowly die.

Q: Will other trees be damaged?

Q: Are the trails back bladed?

Q: How will trees be removed from the woods?

Q: What will my woods look like after being logged?

Q: How long will the logging process take?

Q: How long is it going to take for my forest to grow back?

Q: What if I don’t want to cut certain trees or areas?

Q: Why are treetops left behind and not chipped?

Q: What are your thoughts on clear cutting?

Q: Will animals be hurt in the process?