How to harvest trees in the United States
• How to harvest trees in the United States
Near the winter holidays. With a good mood and come new concerns. It's time to choose gifts, think about the elements of decor in the house. And what kind of New Year without a Christmas tree? Now many people use artificial substitutes, so as not to engage in deforestation, but the number of followers of the living and the fragrant wood beauty in the house all the same great. That is why the forest sector such as Peak Farms in Jefferson, North Carolina, USA, is actively engaged in harvesting Christmas trees. This season is cut down more than 65,000 trees, including a six-meter spruce for the White House.
Forestry Peak Farms in Jefferson, North Carolina, USA.
Working sat on minute break during cutting spruce.
Worker cuts interfering branches. Most of the work here - Hispanics.
Workers pulling felled trees to the storage site.
Spruce passed through a strapping machine.
The workers are on the fir plantations in search of trees marked for felling.
Work makes wreaths of circumcised branches.
Firs immersed in a wagon.
The working tree has to load.
Rows felled spruce trees, which will soon be Christmas.
The label on the tree, left the students. They are asking for the future owner of trees write to the address provided his place of residence in order to learn the whole supply chain.
The inscription on the plate shop Peak Farms: "One acre of trees - oxygen for 18 people."
View from the bird's-eye view on forestry Peak Farms.