Timberland management and forestry consulting is our core business. With over 40 years in the business and a combined experience of 170 years we understand the industry and the needs of timberland owners and operators in California. We are equipped with state-of-the-art GPS & GIS systems and personnel qualified to deliver financially sound and environmentally responsible timberland management and forestry consulting services.
For each management client, we make sure we understand their needs and goals for the property, and then design and implement a management plan that works. We implement site-specific silvicultural management systems to maximize growth and schedule timber harvests to optimize returns. We practice conscientious land stewardship and adhere to the principals of sustainable forest ownership.
Timber appraisals are a component to our resource and land management services. We have experience in the inventory and valuing (appraisal) of forests and forested landscapes. These valuations are often the basis for determining management options.
OUR FULL SCOPE OF SERVICES
- TIMBERLAND MANAGEMENT
- TECHNICAL SERVICES
- FOREST HARVESTING & UTILIZATION
- FOREST ROADS
- NATURAL RESOURCE ECONOMICS
- TIMBER & TIMBERLAND APPRIASALS/INVENTORIES
- GPS & GIS TECHNIQUES
- WILDLIFE & HABITAT CONSERVATION
- FOREST MANAGEMENT FOR THE FUTURE
- GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
Tree farming is an essential element in the future of forestry. Our staff has designed and implemented successful tree farms throughout Humboldt, Del Norte and Mendocino counties. The Regional Chairman for the American Tree Farm Association is of our RPFs.
REAL ESTATE ACQUISITION/DISPOSITION
A number of our staff personnel are trained in real estate practice and economics. We have the experience necessary to assist our clients in both the purchasing and selling of their properties.
We are able to conduct plant surveys, manage lands for watershed values, open space, recreation, wildlife and fishery habitats, and traditional uses such as livestock grazing and food and fiber production.