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Forestry mulching is a method of land clearing that uses a single machine to shred, cut and level vegetation only leaving behind a layer of mulch. The "teeth" on this machine make it extremely useful in quickly eliminating brush in wooded areas, controlling overgrowth and simply cleaning up your property. Forestry mulching can be used for a variety of projects commercially and residentially such as:

  • Trail Creation

  • Invasive Species Control

  • Wildfire Prevention and Management

  • Site Preparation

  • Storm Damage Clean Up

  • Land and Brush Clearing​. ​

By using this machine, we can remove your unwanted brush and trees much more quickly than other methods while limiting the disturbance to soils or the vegetation that you wish to keep on your property. Also unlike traditional land clearing methods, forestry mulching actually aids in preventing erosion. With mulching, the soil structure is left intact acting as an erosion barrier while nutrients return to the soil. 

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There are many benefits to forestry mulching compared to more traditional methods, such as bulldozers and excavators. Staying on top of mulching can reduce stress on surrounding trees and minimize the risk of invasive species, controlling the spreading of the unwanted vegetation, insects, and fungus. In addition to improving the quality of vegetation on your property, the mulch left behind creates a barrier that prevents erosion and allows nutrients to be restored into the soil for future, healthy growth. 

Contributing to the environmentally conscious advantages, mulchers eliminate many steps and pieces of equipment typically needed to clear land, especially on smaller jobs. This results in less prep and clean-up, as well as a reduction in fuel requirements and emissions!

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