Every Timber Harvest starts with a consultation. I need to understand why you are considering a harvest and what resources are in your forest.
The timber is then selected, marked and tallied. Selection is the most important part of the harvest. Deciding which trees stay and go depends on your goals. In most cases, the trees that are left in the woods are more important than the trees harvested.
Bid packets are sent to loggers and sawmills. They are invited to inspect the timber and submit a sealed bid. You decide who to sell to, and I supply a contract that is designed to protect you!
I'm not done when the contract is signed! I conduct inspections throughout the harvest process to ensure the right trees are cut, damage is minimized, streams are protected, and the property is reclaimed.