All too often, Land Clearing means stripping the ground of all vegetation leaving behind soil that is deprived of the nutrients it needs to thrive.
Our process provides minimal impact to the land. The use of forestry mulching does not strip the land of the nutrients it needs or leave behind burn piles to be picked up. Rather, the mulch left behind provides nutrients to the soil.
Forestry Mulching isn’t just for clearing out underbrush; it also helps with the following:
- Invasive species control
- Right-of-way clearing and maintenance
- Wetland preservation
What to expect
- Removing underbrush with minimal impact to surrounding vegetation
- Clearing out unwanted trees and stumps
- Hauling off mulched material or leaving it to prevent erosion and enhance soil