We purchase standing timber throughout the Tennessee, Kentucky area. In addition to our knowledge of the timber sales industry, Cornell Logging has a strong understanding of the finished product. We understand the importance of Thinning and Clearing for helping landowners manage and protect their investment; and we provide the resources to get the job done effectively.
Money Doesn’t Grow On Trees, But There Is Money In Your Trees
We Can Help You Get It Out.
Cornell Logging & Tree Removal specializes in private timber, and with over 20 years of experience in the Tennessee Kentucky area, We can help you realize the revenue potential of your trees and help you every step of the way with forest management, thinning and final harvest.
Cornell Logging looks forward to working with you. If you have any questions about our services or want more information about how we can help you with your harvest – or help you get the most for your timber – please contact us today. We are confident that we can deliver you the resources that will help grow your business.
Cornell Logging has over 20 years logging experience.
In forestry, clearcutting is practiced to help instate tree species that require high light intensity environments. Generally, a harvest area more than two heights of the trees in the adjacent forest will cease to have its moderating influence on the microclimatic conditions. The width of the harvest area can thus determine which vegetative species will come to dominate, those with high tolerance to extremes in temperature, soil moisture, and resistance to browse will establish, in particular secondary successional pioneer species.
The harvest process is a multi-faceted one that involves synergy between a variety of operations. Following harvest, the area must be cleared in preparation for replanting and debris removed effectively. At Cornell Logging we implement a clearing plan that is in keeping with safe operating practices and will quickly and efficiently clear the harvest with complete respect for the land. Our grinding process removes all brush and unwanted trees – turning them into mulch that will eliminate stumps as well as the need to haul away material. This immediately prepares the ground for replanting and allows for instant use.
Adding to the development of the natural ecosystem, pond construction is another way to enhance the wildlife habitat.
Cornell Logging, LLC
2776 Seven Mile Ferry Rd.
Clarksville, TN 37040