Those who own timberland should ask their surveyor to mark their boundary lines on trees. Some surveyors will flag the trees, and others will mark them with boundary line paint.
Northwest Surveying and GPS can assist landowners with locating their already surveyed lines and with maintaining them with paint or flags periodically as well.
Timber as an industry touches our daily lives in ways we don’t consider. our homes, our furniture, the paper we use and the packaging that makes worldwide shipping possible all rely on the intelligent, scientific management of our forests.
The days of indiscriminate timbering are long gone, thankfully replaced with harvesting plans with long time horizons, based on gps and gis data.
Parcel data and property mapping in timber harvest planning
Few industries regularly work far off the beaten path as often as timbering. Identifying property boundaries in remote areas is challenging. While a boundary survey may be necessary prior to actual forest harvesting, initial planning both in the office and in the field is now possible through a combination of GPS, GIS data and property boundary and ownership data overlays.
For more information about Timber Harvest Boundary Surveys in Lynden, Whatcom County, WA – its processes, requirements and other important matters that you need to know, we at Northwest Surveying and GPS are ready to assist you.
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