I am harvesting downed and partially downed trees on my property to chain saw mill into boards for hobby use.I have had many hours using a chain saw over several years and feel comfortable with it.…Continue
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I am harvesting downed and partially downed trees on my property to chain saw mill into boards for hobby use.I have had many hours using a chain saw over several years and feel comfortable with it. However, I am self taught through reading and youtube.Does anyone know of a hands on class with field instruction as to best chain saw technique etc. I am ok with straight up trees but those leaners and hung up trees (which is a lot of my salvage interest) always make me nervous.I live in Geneva, NY,…See More
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We have 7 acres of mixed growth on our land from woods to wet land to a canopy of 30-40 year old black walnut. We enjoy providing a habitat for birds, fox, rabbit, coyotes and of course the squirrels who love the walnuts! I also harvest downed trees which I chain saw mill into boards for hobby use.
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