SERVICES

Tree/Brush Mulching

  • CRP Reclamation

  • field and pasture clearing

  • fence line clearing

  • right-of-way clearing for utilities

  • food plot clearing

  • shooting lane clearing

  • forest hazardous fuels reduction

  • trail development and maintenance

Soil Conditioning/Grading

  • site prep and lot clearing

  • shaping and leveling

  • smoothing ruts

  • landscaping prep

  • food plot prep

Gravel Restoration

  • driveways

  • roads

  • parking lots

Tree Stumps

  • grinding

  • removal

BENEFITS OF TREE AND BRUSH MULCHING

Tree and brush mulching, also referred to as forestry mulching, is fairly new to our region. It involves removing undesirable trees, brush, stumps, and forest debris by grinding into a reusable mulch. Mulch is spread evenly to reduce erosion and add nutrients to the soil.

  • Mulching can be done on a plant-by-plant basis
    Each tree or shrub is mulched at its original location. This reduces the need for heavy equipment to be on site and preserves nearby plant life. Traditional methods of land clearing make it difficult to selectively clear areas of a customer’s property.

  • Cost Effective
    Forestry mulching is a very cost effective way to clear overgrown brush and prevent invasive species in wooded areas. It's a replacement for other land-clearing methods, such as bulldozing and burning. It also eliminates the expense of transporting and disposing of debris.

  • Reduce Erosion
    Mulch keeps soil in place while protecting root systems of ground-cover plants and natural grass. Over time, this helps keep customers property drainage in good shape and preserves the health of the environment.

  • Enriches the soil
    Over time, tree and brush mulching enriches the soil and reduces risk of mold and fungus, which damages standing trees. When a tree or shrub is mulched, the nutrients from the wood slowly get deposited in the soil giving the soil nutrients it needs to help plants thrive.

  • Forest Hazardous Fuels Reduction
    The underbrush is mulched to reduce the forest density while retaining the large healthy trees. This also gives the remaining trees more light, water, and resources to grow and fend off attacks from insects and disease. Mulching lessens fire hazard and ensures a healthy thriving forest.