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Question DetailsAsked on 10/12/2015

Any suggestions for which companies can remove 12 trees free for a local community garden for free?

I am part of a local community garden and we need 12 trees removed in order to relocate. We are not looking to keep the wood either. We do not have the funds for this and can not move until these trees are removed. The trees are pines. somewhere in the 40-60 foot range. average about 12” diameter.

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You might call Tree Service companies and see if one will volunteer their services as a community service. In some small towns local fire department will do it as a training mission. Ditto to local wildfire hotshot or state forestry fire crews at times when in training mode at their base.


Otherwise see if any of the members works for a heavy/building construction company with heavy equipment like dozer or large backhoe or cranes that can cut or pull them over and cut them up.


Once cut up, at least the firewood size should be easy to give away. Branches might require a chipper (time donated by tree service, or rented) to mulch the branches into wood chips for walks - might be good to do that with ALL the wood to use on-site for paths.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD

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Answered 3 years ago by LCD




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