The Logging Process
After a consultation with the landowner and property, there are a series of steps before a logging project will begin.
First, the logging contractor, Next Generation Logging, will obtain a slash compliance agreement from the Idaho Department of Lands to allow the burning of logging slash on the property. ‘Logging slash’ is tree debris that accumulates during logging. This ensures that the slash will be safely consumed in a controlled burn, resulting in no added fuel for wildfires left on the ground after the project has been completed. Next, the brush number from the slash compliance will be sent to Idaho Forest Group or whatever mills the logs are being sent to. Once received by the mill, a contract will be built between the mill, landowner, logging contractor and log hauler that locks in prices of logs, haul fees, and the pricing between the logging contractor and landowner.
After all parties sign the contract, logs will be able to be shipped and the project can begin.
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