Starting the Fall Thinning Season

Andrew limbing a pine tree with a pole saw
Andrew limbing a pine tree with a pole saw

Fall through Winter is a busy time for forestry work in the Eastern Cascades. Thinning and limbing trees in the fall and winter, when the trees are dormant, helps to mitigate the spread of pest and diseases and facilitate the quick recovery of trees.

Below in a  a link to an article recently posted by Lindsay about a some aspects of our stewardship forestry practices.

Lindsay and I are currently doing this forestry work for tree stand health and forest fire mitigation in part of Herland Forest. As this work develops you will be seeing more pictures and article about the progress we are making.

Starting the Fall Thinning Season.

Sincerely,
Andrew Schreiber

President of Herland Forest

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