Jeff Welder wrote:I am a world away. I am in SE Alabama. Few people heat with wood nowadays, but on occasion, my "Ex Uncle-in-law" (Owned a logging company.) would be approached by someone asking to cut firewood from their slashpile. He would always refer them to the property owner and a couple of times, the owner told him to NOT clean up so people could cut firewood. You don't HAVE to push it all up and burn it if you are going to use a dozier to replant the property. But it does look like shit for a couple of years until the new trees start covering it all up.. My rambling point is, CUT FIREWOOD. Hell, some of the wood would be good for someone with a portable sawmill..
Jeff Welder wrote:Hell, some of the wood would be good for someone with a portable sawmill..