There needs to be least 9 feet of clearance between the ground and first branches. The diameter needs to be at least 24 inches at chest height.
If your tree does not meet these qualifactions it may still have some timber value, but not enough to cover the costs associated with harvesting and transporting it.
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Look at the gallery of trees below to use as a guide in determining tree quality and how to measure your tree(s). It should help you decide if your tree might qualify for our program.