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We look forward to helping you with any and all of your forest management needs.

Forest Management/Mastication

Mastication is a fuel reduction treatment method used in forestry management to reduce wildfire risk, to reduce fuel loadings by returning the forest to natural conditions. ... Mastication can assist in removing some trees in the early stages, to allow the remaining trees to grow faster, stronger and larger.

Logs in Forest
Wood Logs

Log Removal

Have fallen trees removed from your property.

Row Clearing

Right of Way Maintenance

Keeping electricity reliable and protecting the public from electrical hazards means Right-of-Way (ROW) clearing. ... The Energy Cooperative uses herbicides to remove unwanted weeds, brush, and trees from rights-of-way.

Forest Path
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Fuels Reduction

Fuel reduction removes vegetation to lessen threat of wildfire. ... The objective is to remove enough vegetation (fuel) so that when a wildfire burns, it is less severe and can be more easily managed. When vegetation, or fuels, accumulate, they allow fires to burn hotter, faster, and with higher flame lengths

Defensible Space

Defensible space is essential to improve your home's chance of surviving a wildfire. It's the buffer you create between a building on your property and the grass, trees, shrubs, or any wildland area that surround it. ... Defensible space is also important for the protection of the firefighters defending your home

Countryside Wooden House

Wildfire Prevention

At Double Tree Forest Management, we use logging and forestry best management practices to minimize the impact of our operations and even improve the health of your forest ecosystem!

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