You may have inherited or purchased your timberland as an investment, hunting, your get-away place in the country, or you may have a second home or cabin on the property. Now, you ask yourself, how do we take care of the timberland? Call us to schedule an appointment if you own 100 acres or more of timberland.
Bill has been practicing land management since 1979 after graduating Clemson University with a BS in Forest Management. For 25 years of his career, Bill worked in SC and NC with forest industries that produced paper and lumber products, in the land management division. Bill was not sure at first what career path he wanted to take after high school, but a neighbor was a consulting forester, and we talked about, and then enrolled in Clemson. Bill enjoys meeting with clients, listening to their goals, and helping them understand how we can improve their woodlands. Our allegiance is with our clients, who we partner with and make sure they are receiving top dollar when it comes time to thin or harvest. However, a high quality job is also very important to us. Most recently, Bill worked at Georgia Pacific Corporation in their land management division until 2006 but has been a consultant forester ever since. Bill lives in Castle Hayne with his wife, Karen, in northern New Hanover County.
Greg has semi-retired and works part time for WoodsRun Consulting Forestry.
Greg has spent the last 46 years practicing forestry in the Carolinas and Georgia. Greg worked for International Paper for 30 years primarily in forest management and forest research. In 2003, he started WoodsRun Forestry Consulting working to help private landowners manage their forests. Greg lives in Elizabethtown with his wife of 46 years and has three grown daughters and four grandchildren. He is a member of Trinity Methodist Church, Bladen Masonic Lodge 646, and Fayetteville York Rite organizations.