Gypsy Moth and Your Timber

gypsy moth attacks white oak

The Gypsy Moth isn’t a new threat but over the past several decades the population has exploded, with the insect moving into much of the Northern Appalachian regions of West Virginia and Ohio and posing a grave threat to the hardwood stand. As a timber owner you should be educated about the possible ramifications of Gypsy Moth and what you should do to properly manage your Ohio woods. Read more »

Sustainable Nature of US Hardwood

sustainable hardwood forest

When properly managed, the North American hardwood forest is one of the most renewable resources we have.

Further, utilizing American hardwood lumber in design and building projects provides near permanent carbon sequestration in the products the hardwood is turned into. Read more »

Selling Dead Ash Timber

emerald ash borer severe damage

Dealing with dead Ash trees doesn’t have to be a hassle. Have a no-obligation assessment of your standing Ash today.

Identifying Hardwood Defects Part One

woodpeckers can create defects in hardwood

Standing Ash prices continue to rise with Timber Works aggressively paying some of the highest stumpage rates in years. Harvesting Ash in Ohio is a race against time as the trees break down and decay.

Timber owners must act fast if they hope to salvage commercial value from their Ash stands and prevent dangerous conditions in their woods. Read more »

Standing Ash Prices on the Rise

emerald ash borer damage

Standing Ash prices continue to rise with Timber Works aggressively paying some of the highest stumpage rates in years. Harvesting Ash in Ohio is a race against time as the trees break down and decay.

Timber owners must act fast if they hope to salvage commercial value from their Ash stands and prevent dangerous conditions in their woods. Read more »

Walnut Quarantine Expansion Looming

thousand cankers disease in black walnut

Over a dozen states have enacted intrastate, interstate or both types quarantines on Black Walnut. With the introduction of Butler County to the growing list of quarantined counties in throughout the east, there is good reason for landowners in that region to be proactive about the harvesting of their timber. Read more »

Soil Maintenance Practices and Logging

soil erosion prevention

While not always necessary, when logging steep grades and inclines, certain simple practices should be employed to ensure the integrity of the soil once logging timber has been completed.

Our company implements the latest methods in soil preservation both during and after logging. Read more »

Ash Tree Removal

example of a tall healthy Ash tree

Standing Ash is quickly becoming extinct across the North American forest. As the Emerald Ash Borer moves through the region, the devastation is apparent from the ded tops visible in the now lush green canopy. In addition to being an eye sore, these trees are rapidly losing their commercial value and pose a serious safety risk. Read more »

Black Walnut Prices Remain Strong

black walnut infographic educational

Black Walnut timber has enjoyed a strong bull market that seems to be continuing into the new year. If you have Walnut timber to sell, get a bid from Timber Works, one of the states highest paying logging companies. Read more »

Selling Pipe and Power Line Timber

pipeline timber clearing right of way

Whether its cut for a power line or as part of the huge natural gas infrastructure project taking place in northeast Ohio and western Pennsylvania, trees left behind by land clearing contractors can be surprisingly valuable. Give Timber Works a call for a no hassle assessment of the log pile left behind on your property! Read more »