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for: garden and tree amendments, wood finishes and preservatives,
grass seed for trails, Napoleon wood stoves. Call 715-479-8528
Forester: Bethany Lyons, J.M. Longyear, LLC., Northern Hardwoods Office, 45807 State Hwy M-26, PO Box 189, South Range, MI 49963, Office: (906) 487-6430, Cell: (906) 281-2077, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Titleand Broker Services: For service when buying, selling, transferring to heirs or financing your woodland contract: Roy D'Antonio, Owner-President, Associated Title & Closing Services Agency Inc. and Guardian Title Services Inc., Address: 205 Harrison St., Ironwood, Michigan 49938. Phone: 906-932-6340 Email: email@example.com. Also Associate Broker, Eliason Realty of the North, Land O' lakes, WI., Phone: 715-367-1718 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org A long time woodland owner serving you!
The authors receive no compensation. Send $5.00 check (free shipping) payable to Lora Hagen along with your name and address to Lora Hagen, E1757 Moen Road, Iota, WI 54945, (Limit five copies for $25)
The Living Forest Cooperative based in Ashland, WI, is a cooperative where the costs of management, processing, and marketing are shared through the cooperative business. By collectively marketing, members command higher prices for raw and processed wood products. A single small landowner is at a disadvantage in the timber market. Few people have the experience, time, or money to sustainably manage a forest and process and market wood products for maximum return. The Cooperative pools member harvests and explores opportunities for production of value added wood products.
Paul Hetzler, Horticulture and Natural Resources Educator, Cornell Cooperative Extension of St. Lawrence County, NY, ISA Certified Arborist since 1996 and a frequent contributor to PIF Newsletters, has authored a new book "Shady Characters: Plant Vampires, Caterpillar Soup, Leprechaun Trees and Other Hilarities of the Natural World (The Lexingford Series on the Natural World)". To order the book, click here. For nature-based essays, visit paulhetzlernature.org where humor and science collide--amicably for the most part.
Michigan and Wisconsin Master Logger Certification Program