To Fell a Tree: A Complete Guide to Successful Tree Felling and Woodcutting Methods

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Beaver Tree Pub., 2009 - Logging - 166 pages
To Fell a Tree was written for the professional tree cutter as well as the weekend woodcutter. It's loaded with practical information that is essential to the safety and success of any tree felling and woodcutting operation, whether it's in the forest or the backyard. With step-by-step methods and more than 200 illustrations, topics include preparations before the work begins, felling a tree using a three-step procedure, felling difficult trees, and limbing and bucking the tree. --

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About the author (2009)

Jeff Jepson is a certified arborist and he has owned Beaver Tree Service in Longville, Minnesota since 1989. He has been felling trees for more than twenty-five years. His first book, The Tree Climber's Companion, was published in 1997 and sold more than 100,000 copies. To Fell a Tree is his second book.

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