Forestry Mulching is Superior to Traditional Land Clearing

Although we provide and execute all types of land clearing strategies we strongly advocate for mulch clearing where appropriate.  It’s simple.  If your land clearing goals don’t not require topsoil disturbance then don’t do it.  You’ll avoid site stability problems, clear your property faster, nourish your soils and generally skip permitting.  Check out the comparison!

Mulch Clearing

  • A single-step process

    V & V Is East Tennessee's Land Clearing Leader
    Pasture restored by Mulch Clearing
  • Seldom requires permitting
  • Preserves and builds topsoil layer
  • Low ground pressure
  • Creates natural erosion control
  • Workable in wet and snowy weather
  • No burning, chipping or hauling
  • No windrows or brush piles
  • Recycles biomass
  • Extremely selective
  • Visually appealing
  • Sustainable
  • Less expensive

Traditional Land Clearing

  • Multi-step process

    V & V Can restore your property
    Conventional Land Clearing Creates Serious Issues
  • Generally requires permitting and site plan
  • Damages and dislocates topsoil layer
  • High ground pressure (compaction)
  • Requires additional erosion control (silt fencing and catch basins)
  • Highly weather dependent
  • Often necessitates burning and/or chipping and hauling
  • Leaves windrows and brush piles
  • Discards biomass
  • Damages nearby trees and vegetation
  • Unsightly scarred appearance
  • Unsustainable
  • More expensive