Natural Forest Stewardship

To reduce forest stewardship to its barest essentials, all you need is a piece of land.



Forest Stewardship
My ideas of forest management are based on using it as a long-term investment strategy and a way to have fun.
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Woodland
A bush hog attached to the back of a tractor will mow everything thinner than a man's wrist.
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Home-Based Business
A side-by-side like this Gator adds pleasure to working a woodlot.
Illustration courtesy MOTHER EARTH NEWS editors
Forestry
A dibble, also called a planting bar or spud, helps make quick-and-easy work of hand-planting trees.
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