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Logging, lumbering and firewood

March 25, 2009
The Daily Mining Gazette

LIMINGA - Avoid the backbreaking task of splitting wood for your heating purposes.

Instead, let the guys at Fireside Firewood do it for you.

Locally owned and operated, Fireside Firewood cuts, splits and delivers firewood to any specification. Fireside Firewood has wood readily available for customers for their 2009-10 heating season.

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Fireside Firewood utilizes a portable firewood processor to cut logs into smaller pieces, which then travel along a conveyer belt into the trailer.

Forest Care also custom cuts lumber on site using a portable sawmill. Fireside Firewood custom cuts firewood using a portable firewood processor. If a customer has a load of logs they purchased, Fireside Firewood will come out, cut and split the wood. The firewood Fireside Firewood delivers consists of clean, hard and soft maple.

Based out of Liminga, Fireside Firewood is a subsidiary of Forest Care, LLC. Forest Care practices sustainable forestry on all of the lands it manages. Sustainable forestry is a technique more commonly known as low-impact logging and refers to harvesting trees with minimal impact to the environment. Forest Care is highly interested in directing its harvesting techniques toward small parcels of land, primarily five to 40 acres.

Forest Care doesn't hold back on harvesting large acreage. but concentrates on smaller parcels to assist landowners with low-impact logging.

Being that the log market is at a bad state in the economy, Forest Care suggests property owners let their logs grow and harvest their low quality pulp to thin the stand, while still generating some money with low-impact logging.

Forest Care executes timber harvesting techniques only upon written contracts between Forest Care and the landowner. The contracts are the guidelines on how the operation is performed.

Utilize your 2008 tax refund and beat the rush on hardwood firewood.

Call Fireside Firewood at 482-0730.

Editor's note: This feature is part of a paid advertising package purchased by Fireside Firewood of Liminga. Businesses interested in being featured on the Business page may call Yvonne Robillard at 483-2220.



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