Thinning and Underbrush Removal
With forestry thinning and underbrush removal, we typically come in and mulch down all the 8” and smaller trees, leaving you with a much more usable space in your backyard or pasture.
Forestry thinning and underbrush removal is perfect for real estate companies that have a stale listing that’s overwhelmed by trees and overgrown brush and want a prospective buyer to be able to envision their dream home on the land.
Invasive Species Management and Removal
This service includes—but is not limited to—trees and shrubs like Autumn olive, glossy buckthorn, honeysuckle, Bradford pear, black locust as well as forbs such as thistle, Japanese chaff flower, leafy spurge, poison ivy, and poison oak.
Removing invasive species can really provide a clean appearance to your property that keeps it neat and manageable.
Trail and Access Clearing
Whether it’s agricultural land, a residential hunting property, a hobby farm or anything in between—you need to have access to use and manage your land.
We at Lagestee Land Management have the equipment to cut in access roads, ATV trails, snowmobile trails, shooting lanes for hunting and anything in between.
Logging Site Cleanup
Although logging is not as popular in the Midwest, it does have a presence here. More often than not, these sites are left with a lot of small ground cover that is bulky and unsightly to the eyes. We can come in with our industry leading equipment grind all of the material up and leave a layer of fine mulch covering that provides a much cleaner look.
Brush removal is popular when you are in a town or county that has burning regulations. We can grind up the piles of brush and the mulch can then be repurposed by the homeowner around the home or garden.
With our forestry mulcher, we can efficiently clear land and grind brush at costs up to half that of hand-cutting methods with no hauling or burning.
Typically property owners of residential and commercial ponds like to have access to the entire border of their pond or lake, but over time trees and brush grow around and eliminate that possibility.
We cut down those tree and mulch them onsite, greatly reducing the chance of erosion by leaving the roots intact. Mulching the trees holds the soil from washing out the outer banks and leaves a beautiful accessible path around the entire pond or lake.
Some towns require commercial properties to maintain their detention ponds every few years to keep a clean and well managed image in the community, so let us help.