Welcome to Natural Texas
Satisfying Texas Land Stewards Since 1981
Land Clearing Experts With Over 40 Years of Experience
Proudly Serving Central Texas and beyond
All land is different, each acre is different. Most all land have unique points of interest, a snag, brook, a mosaic of meadows with forest with all their possibilities in an ocean of unchecked competition. Our philosophy is that if you don’t remove it you do not have to plant it. Our experienced eyes see the value of specific Texas native plants, trees obscured by their competition (clutter).
Removing this clutter reveals the lay of the land (for development) as well as it’s character (your home place). Our work of Selective Land Clearing is land stewardship care practices that becomes your Natural Texas landscape, as well as, for whom it is being developed for. Restored Natural systems then function (preserved) as they should. This is what stewardship is about and it is what Natural Texas is about “Preservation of our Natural Texas Land.”
Meet the Owner
As a Native Texan attending 4th grade Rosedale Elementary, he benefited from Mrs Becks biology class 1950’s mission of introducing Austin kids to our Natural Texas Heritage with a trip to Friday Mountain Day Camp. That Spring school trip hooked him on the beauty of the Texas Landscape, the Blueness of Texas Sky, and Wonderfully Rushing Creek Water Pure and Clean.
Carl interest in tree care predates Certified Arborist (he was one of the first in Austin, Texas). In the 80 & 90’s (as Trees Unlimited) he coined Selective Land Clearing for Clients building in the Hill Country who did not want their place to look like suburbia they where moving from. This root of experience grew Natural Texas.
Selective Land Clearing in Central Texas?
Clearing for Development can be environmentally sensitive
What We Offer
Land restoration & preservation with urban sensibilities & rural practicality via selective land clearing. Select the best & mulch the rest, and many more!
What Sets Us Apart
Having a forestry mower in the late 90’s was not mainstream. Bulldozers ruled. Now forestry mowers are mainstream too. Carl is proud to have been a pioneer. Courses in prescribed fire by Red Buffalo, Invasive Species International meeting at the Lady Bird Wildlife Center, Wild land fire fighting 101 & 102 with the Texas Forest Service, International Organic Farming and Gardening Conferences, and innumerable continuing education by Texas Forest Service, Texas Parks and Wildlife, National Resource Conservation Service, Texas Agrilife, and Texas Master Naturalist. Natural Texas keeps learning and innovating.