What services are available from WoodsRun Consulting Forestry?

WoodsRun Consulting Forestry provides the following services:

  • Timber sales marketing and administration for thinning and harvesting.
  • Timber appraisals for estates, timber theft,and establishing tax basis. 
  • Managing the reforestation of harvested areas.
  • Application for cost share programs and other governmental programs available to private landowners.

WoodsRun Consulting  Forestry also facilitates an extensive network of sub-contractors that can provide you cost-effective forestry services needed to grow your trees, including the following:

  • Reforestation
          a. Mechanical site preparation, such as V-Shaping and Bedding 
          b. Aerial and ground herbicide applications         
          c. Controlled Burning
          d. Tree Planting
          e. Other practices required by governmental programs
  • Surveying
  • Boundary line maintenance
  • Road and ditch construction and maintenance
  • Pre-commercial thinning  

Greg Conner and Bill Holmes are licensed NC Real Estate Brokers and can help sell your land though real estate affiliate, Carolina Properties Network.

                             

Contact Us
WoodsRun Consulting Forestry, PA
Greg Conner, RF, CF, ACF
(910) 876-2459
Bill Holmes, RF, ACF
​(910) 622-7790

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After a clearcut harvest, some sites needs to be bedded before hand planting in loblolly seedlings. This practice concentrates the top soil in beds, and keeps the seedling roots out of the water during the winter months. The pine seedlings have a much better survival, a better planting job, and higher economic return. 
Many of our clients have mature to over mature pine timber that is very valuable. Forest products can be sawtimber, plylogs, and poles. Generally speaking, when loblolly pine reaches a diameter range of 14 to 16 inches DBH and is 35 to 40 years old, it is time for a harvest. We have the valuable experience needed to market your timber for top dollar.