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QUESTIONS FOR  REFERENCE

Ball.gif (941 bytes) Did the logger fulfill verbal and written obligations for such things as road restoration, fence repair, and cleaning up trash?

Ball.gif (941 bytes) Was the logger willing to listen to your concerns and answer your questions directly?

Ball.gif (941 bytes) Did the logger get the job done efficiently and within the specified time limit? If not why not? (Be aware that bad weather can cause unavoidable delays)

Ball.gif (941 bytes) Did the logger take pride in his or her workers and equipment? How about in previous jobs? was the logger willing to show you any of these?

Ball.gif (941 bytes) Was the logger careful to avoid damaging other trees and land improvements (gates, fences, culverts, etc.) If there was damage, did he make appropriate repairs?

Ball.gif (941 bytes) Did the timber harvester seemed concerned with environmental matters, such as wildlife habitat, water quality, and visual concerns? Did he stop or modify operations appropriately during wet weather?

Ball.gif (941 bytes) Did the logger communicate well with you? Did the logger explain, foe example, any necessary changes in operation? Was he or she flexible in responding to your needs? How were the logger's relations with foresters and neighboring landowners?

Ball.gif (941 bytes) In what shape did the logger leave your skid trails, haul roads, and landings?

Ball.gif (941 bytes) Would you use the logger for future timber harvests? Why or why not?

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The Timber Buyers Network would like to thank the Michigan Forest Resource Alliance
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