Learn what loggers do in they day to day work. See how these small businesses specialize to different niches. Learn the names of different pieces of equipment. View photos of creative problem solving in action.
Table of Contents
- Chapter 1: At Work in the Woods
Their note elves, but they are hard at work out there every day.
- Chapter 2: Stumped
Each stump is a reminder of past and future benefits from the forest
- Chapter 3: Good Fellers
The Levi Family strives for efficiency amid labor shortages and tight margins
- Chapter 4: Rustification
Francis VanAlstine uses old equipment to work on the forest of the Adirondack elite.
- Chapter 5: North lake Legacy
Bruce and Ted Koenig pass on back woods know how to Ted’s son Eric
- Chapter 6: Forwarder Thinking
Tom Donnelly looks into the future supply and adopts a new mix of equipment
- Chapter 7: Destined to Flail
Paul Mitchell solves the mystery of how to make money from unwanted trees.
- Chapter 8: Wood is Wonderful
Bob Coscomb Jr. embraces his heritage in a part time forest enterprise
- Chapter 9: Living on the (Woods’) Edge
Tom Bartiss combines thrifty utilization with low impact techniques
- Chapter 10: Vertical Integration & Farm Work Emancipation
Brothers Bill and Tim O’Brien convert a dairy fam into a family forest operation
A capstone look at forest enterprises
Steve Bick’s sixth book.