Strategies for Forest Management
Growing Value Over Time
A Complete Suite of Forestry Services

Getting the highest value from your forestlands means getting the highest value from your forester.

Forestry in the 21st century requires a diverse skillset to deliver benefits in the near term as well as laying the foundation for lasting value. Landowners large and small need all the help they can get in navigating the maze of land use regulations, keeping track of their inventory, and making management deceisions that will have far-reaching benefits well into the future.

Finding the right help to make productive choices is crucial. JMurray Forestry LLC has the skills and experience to solve forest challenges, including timber harvest, forest inventory, growth modeling, permitting, silviculture and public policy interaction.

JMurray Forestry LLC will help your forest reach its potential through excellent management based on your individual needs.

JMurray Forestry LLC has decades of proven expertise in all aspects of modern forestry, with a special emphasis on forest inventory and silviculture. Because forestry goals vary widely, successful management must be guided by the needs of individual owners in relation to the specific nature of the forestland. JMurray Forestry LLC understands that one size does not fit all.

The economics of growing wood and the increasing public awareness of the importance of healthy forests makes this point in time ideal for maximizing the value of your lands.

Please contact us for a free initial consultation.

Do You Need Help With:

— Managing your forestlands?
— Planning appraisals and harvests?
— Understanding your forest’s value?

— Getting permits?
— Forest restoration?
— Silviculture prescriptions?

— Public policy issues?

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Silviculture is the art and science of controlling the establishment, growth, composition, health and quality of forests and woodlands to meet the diverse needs and values of landowners and society on a sustainable basis (Helms 1998, USDA Forest Service 2004).