Preferred Providers

Finding the foresters, loggers, and other service providers who understand your goals, objectives, and reasons for practicing ecologically-based forestry. 

To help ease this process, we have collected a list of recommended consultants and contractors to help you with your forest stewardship. NNRG has worked with many of these consultants on projects over the years.

In addition, NNRG itself also has a staff of foresters based in Olympia, North Bend, and Seattle who can write forest management plans, lay out and oversee timber harvests, and arrange and supervise forest restoration projects such as tree-planting, young-stand thinning, and invasive species removal.  

Preferred Provider Categories

  • Consulting Foresters
  • Loggers
  • Saw Milling
  • Tax Attorneys

Consulting Foresters

Jerry Becker
Becker Ecoforestry
PO Box 1041
Port Orford, OR 97465
Office: 541-366-1151
Email: jerry@jerrybecker.us

Services Provided

  • Forest health consultations
  • Stewardship planning
  • Forest ecology assessments
  • Wildlife and biological surveys
  • Monitoring systems
  • Timber cruising
  • Wildfire risk assessments
  • Educational tours and seminars

 

Marc Barnes
Integrated Resource Management
PO Box 547
Philomath, OR 97370
Office: 541-929-3408
Email: marc@irmforestry.com
www.irmforestry.com

Services provided:

  • Management planning
  • Cruising and forest inventory
  • Stumpage appraisals/forest investment analysis
  • Low impact harvesting
  • Ecological restoration

 

Carson Sprenger
Rain Shadow Consulting
PO Box 1776
Eastsound, WA 98245
Office: (206) 321-1592
Email: carson@rainshadowconsulting.com
www.rainshadowconsulting.com

Services provided:

  • Stewardship planning
  • Forest health analysis
  • Fish & wildlife habitat enhancement
  • Forest inventory/cruising
  • Harvest management and marketing
  • Hazard tree assessment
  • Wildfire risk assessment
  • Restoration/reforestation

 

Mike Cronin
Cronin Forestry
371 Hidden Trails Road
Port Townsend, WA 98368
Office: (360) 385-5454
Email: cronin@broadstripe.net

Services provided:

  • Forest management planning
  • Timber cruise and appraisal
  • Permitting
  • Reforestation/Restoration
  • Carbon biomass inventory
  • Harvest unit planning and layout
  • Site inspection
  • Forest health assessment
  • Property line marking

 

Vail Case
3120 S. Peabody Street
Port Angeles, WA 98362
Cell: (360) 460-1661
Email: case@olypen.com

Services Provided:

  • Forest management plans
  • Timber harvest layout/planning
  • Permitting
  • Timber and log marketing/log buying

 

Yankee Creek Forestry
Jake Robinson
94961 Stock Slough Lane
Coos Bay, OR 97420
Phone: (541) 941-1822
Email: yankeecreekforestry@gmail.com

Services provided:

  • Forest management planning
  • Fish/wildlife habitat enhancement
  • Timber harvest layout
  • Forest inventory, timber cruise
  • Fuels reduction/stand enhancement
  • Riparian restoration

Loggers

Eager Beaver Cutting
Andy Miller
16445 Case Road SW
Rochester, WA 98579
Phone: (360) 791-2663
E-mail: eagerbeavercutting@hotmail.com

Services provided:

  • Logging
  • Road/trail construction/maintenance
  • Hazard tree assessment
  • Fish/wildlife habitat enhancement

 

Dave Littlejohn
Littlejohn Logging
11946 Case Road SW
Olympia, WA 98512
Office: (360) 352-5858
E-mail: caseroadcedar@hotmail.com

Services provided:

  • Contract logging
  • Log marketing
  • Civil construction (roads, bridges, culverts, site development)

 

Roger Dilworth
Roger’s Tree Service
5649 140th Ave SW
Rochester, WA 98579
Phone: (360) 705-2958
Email: sequia5@msn.com
www.rogertreeservice.webs.com

Services provided:

  • Tree removal
  • Trimming
  • Sail reduction
  • Brush chipping
  • Residential logging
    Stump grinding

 

Preston Drew
Drew Logging, Inc.
PO Box 39
Carnation, WA 98014
Phone: (425) 954-5575
Email: preston@drewlogging.com
www.drewlogging.com

Services provided:

  • Residential logging
  • Contract logging
  • Log marketing
  • Road building
  • Permitting
  • Harvest management

 

Brian Weber
M. H. T. Inc.
PO Box 1291
Morton, WA 98356
Office: (360) 520-2759
Email: weber@lewiscounty.com

Services provided:

  • Contract logging
  • Danger tree removal
  • Snag creation and limbing
  • Custom sawmilling

 

Olympic Timber and Excavation, LLC
Tom Carter
19 Craftdale Road
Oakville, WA 98568
Phone: (360) 273-6707
Email: olympicex@aol.com

Services Provided:

  • Fish & wildlife habitat construction
  • Culvert excavations
  • Wildlife habitat designs
  • Fish passage designs
  • Road building
  • Ground based timber thinning

Sawmilling

Dave Littlejohn
Littlejohn Logging
11946 Case Road SW
Olympia, WA 98512
Office: (360) 352-5858
E-mail: caseroadcedar@hotmail.com

Services provided:

  • Custom milling
  • Planing & moulding
  • Kiln drying

Tax Attorneys

Michael Sterner
Sterner Resources, LLC
3729 SE 27th Avenue
Portland, OR 97202
Phone: (503) 358-8521
Email: mssterner@gmail.com
www.sternerlaw.com

Services Provided:

  • Forest management planning
  • Conservation strategies (easements)
  • Environmental Assessment
  • Federal income tax return preparation
  • IRS audit representation
  • Business/family enterprise consulting

Stapp Financial Planning, PLLC
Gregory Stapp
1800 Cooper Point Road SW, Building 10
Olympia, WA 98502
Phone: 360-754-8895
Email: gstapp@stappfinancial.com
www.stappfinancial.com

Services Provided:

  • Financial planning
  • Investment management
  • Accounting and taxes
  • QuickBooks consulting

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