Claybourn Walters Logging Company, Inc. implements industry-developed Best Management Practices (BMPs) to insure that future generations will benefit from healthy forests, clean air and water, recreational opportunities, and of course, timber products. To learn more about industry as a whole, visit the links provided or review our frequently asked questions.
Our outstanding reputation is based upon a long history of providing quality work. We will provide you with:
We continue to emphasize the importance of safety by:
You can rest assured that only trained professionals are at work on your land.
Wildlife habitat conditions are of top priority when harvesting and managing land. We work to promote habitat by:
Timber sales and management plans can be very beneficial to wildlife if handled carefully and responsibly. Proper timber management will enhance a forest’s suitability for many forms of wildlife. Claybourn Walters Logging Co., Inc. strives to ensure that wildlife habitat is protected while timber production is enhanced. It is in everyone’s best interest if we can create a balance between the two.
Claybourn Walters Logging Co., Inc. is committed to responsible stewardship of the environment. We ensure environmental stability by:
We meet, and often exceed all applicable environmental lows and regulations. But we don’t stop there. We respect all requirements, whether mandated by law or not, to minimize the impact of our operations on the environment. All of our harvesting operations are conducted under very strict guidelines and regulations designed to protect the environment.
Claybourn Walters Logging Co., Inc. is proud of our environmental record!
Best Management Practices (BMPs) for forestry operations were created by the Forest Service in compliance with the Federal Clean Water Act. The practices represent the minimum standards necessary for protecting and maintaining the water quality as well as some wildlife habitat values while conducting forestry activities. Among other things, BMPs were designed to provide guidance in:
Claybourn Walters Logging Co., Inc. encourages landowners to replant their property after a mature harvest. There are a few steps that are involved with replanting. The process includes: