Bannick Camp Tree Farm
Sustainably Harvested Douglas fir Posts and Poles
Restoration Logging: Overgrown suppressed stands of Douglas fir are logged for better forest environmental health. Trees that should be spaced 30 feet apart are typically targeted ( as seen below with blue paint markings). Growth rings show the wood is particularly dense. This product is excellent for a variety of uses from rail fencing (using small diameter logs) to posts and poles for construction. Whole trees are available for sale. Local sawyer Jake Marshall (right) spends the summer thinning, when not fighting forest fires. Shown to the left and below are Ten-inch diameter hand-peeled logs.