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Are You In Need of Rutland Forestry Services?

Rutland ForestryThe original town of Rutland, Vermont was founded in 1761 and was later divided into the Town of Proctor, Town of West Rutland and the City of the same name. The town has a population of over 4,000 residents. If you are a townie considering buying a plot of land in the forest, call Stillwater Forestry LLC for land acquisition management.

We offer all types of forest management services because we understand the importance of the use of forests in our area and how resourceful they can be with the right owner involvement. Our objective is to provide safety and maintenance for all aspects of your land.

Being able to have better control of your land is what we all tend to strive for as property owners. Your property, in the woods, is just like your residential property only it needs to be kept up with more so due to the amount of trees, wetland, and brush.

Rutland Timber Harvesting

One of the best ways to make income from your land while simultaneously improving the long term health and value of your forest is through a well planned and administered timber harvest.

We don’t work with just any Vermont or New Hampshire logging contractor – when it comes to cutting your trees. Only the most professional, conscientious New Hampshire and Vermont loggers and logging contractors work with us. Proper planning goes into the process thus insuring New Hampshire and Vermont landowners have a timber harvest that leaves them satisfied with the results. We reduce the stress without leaving your woods a mess!

Rutland Boundary Line Maintenance

“Good fences make good neighbors” - Robert Frost

Well maintained boundary lines are the modern day equivalent of a good fence. Ignore them at your peril. Well maintained lines offer one of the least expensive yet most valuable forms of protection for the savvy New Hampshire and Vermont forest landowner.

Proper maintenance deters timber theft, trespassing, encroachment and expensive resurveying. A little money spent on your lines today, can save you large headaches and costs in the future.

Recent Articles

  • How Forestry Demands are on the Rise Through Timber Harvesting in St. Johnsbury
    The United States Forest Service recognizes that it must drastically increase forest restoration work in order to alleviate threats that stem from wildfires and other problems that can take over a forest. Timber harvesting is one of the best ways to manage a forest while making the landowner successful in their investment...

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  • Protecting Land with Wildlife Habitat Improvements in Lebanon
    Wildlife in our protected forests these days are becoming scarcer due to the amount of foresting and cultivating of land. We are removing habitats while not realizing the importance of them. Today-more protective methods are taking place through wildlife habitat improvements...

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If you are looking for a Rutland forestry management professional then please call 1-800-237-9253 or complete our online request form.


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