!Lambert Forest Products - We pay top dollar for standing pine timber!!!
Products, LLC is located in North Central Monroe County and was
established in 1994 by Troy Lambert. We purchase all forms of
standing timber and provide timber management throughout Wisconsin.
We market our wood products effectively, resulting in the best
possible outcome for our landowners. Our company has received
Master Logger Certification from the state of Wisconsin for our
standard of performance. We are extremely proud of our status and
strive to maintain this high standard of excellence. We oversee
each aspect of your project directly: tree selection, road
construction, permitting, insuring the landowner against liability,
sale of your timber and clean-up. We have three trained and
certified foresters, six operations crews and a grinding crew who
work together ensuring quality harvests are performed on the
properties we manage. In addition, we offer on-site grinding and
removal of logging slash and residues (tree-tops, limbs and brush).
The end result is a more aesthetically pleasing woodlot that is
easier to navigate, restores the ecosystem, improves wildlife
habitat and reduces the risk of wildfire.
What is a
Master Logger Certification (MLC©)? (Logo provided) is a
third-party certification system and constitutes the highest
professional achievement a logging contractor can attain in
Wisconsin or Michigan.
To become a Certified Master Logger, operations must conform to a
strict code of conduct encompassing seven areas of responsibility
and must successfully complete a rigorous field and business
Once an individual becomes a Master Logger©, they must be prepared
to meet the same verification standards on their work. This is done
through bi-annual re-certification and a complaint system that can
trigger a re-visit from field verifiers. The purpose of this
program is not just to hold loggers to a higher standard, but to
provide a gold standard that is recognizable by forest landowners
and mills. To date, 24 Master Loggers have been certified, with
more groups to follow.
Why is Certification Needed?
Why is certification needed for any profession? To give clients,
customers, or the general public assurances that the person
performing the job has the education, training, skill, and
experience to do the job correctly. Many loggers already meet all
the standards and criteria of the MLC© program. The problem is they
don't have a formal way to prove it. Other loggers can easily meet
the requirements with slight modifications to their operations. And
some loggers will either not be able to meet the standards, or
won't care to.
The Seven Areas of Responsibility The American Logging Council
developed seven Areas of Responsibility for the nation-wide Master
Logger program. Any logger wishing to become a certified Master
Logger must meet or exceed strict performance standards in each of
the following seven areas:
Water quality and
- Compliance with government regulations
- Compliance with acceptable silviculture and utilization
- Participation in an on-going training regimen
- Implementation of aesthetic managment techniques
- Adherence to a site-specific management plan that is agreed to
by the landowner
- Utilization of sound business management principles
Please be advised that some of our services are fee based.
Calls for estimates are free and encouraged.