Timber management is a practice used to achieve a nearly perfect group of forest trees for any purpose. Even-sized standing timber is often used to minimize costs to loggers. In some cases, the uses of timber management are for desired tree plat plotting biodiversity and ecological reasons.

The forest types in Northern Michigan are very diverse and complex. From the very sandy soils growing Jack and Red pine, to the very wet cedar, spruce and maple tree land, to our world renowned northern hardwoods forests, they are each unique and require the care of professionals that understand that the decisions that are made today are going to have implications for generations. The trees in these forests may have been growing there for more than 100 years, so it is very important that landowners work with people that are truly looking to help them to meet their property objectives as well as future environmental concerns.


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