Cooling Down Potential Fires
Lightning storms started many fires in 2011 which travelled up-slope and jumped existing fire breaks. With luck and hard work the fire was contained.
Creating Visibility and Accessibility
We were presented with a list of requirements. We determined that the principal needs of the property owner were visibility and...
Quebe Farm Bed & Breakfast
Erosion Problems and Solutions
Problems: Drought ravaged areas 1 & 2 have little rain water absorbing grasses or riparian plants. The ground is...
Brush and Small Tree Management Project
The above plan incorporates defensible space for residents as well as modifying the environment for reintroduction of Houston...
Doing what needs to be done
At this 200 acre ranch 3.5 miles from the Y at Oak Hill, Ashe Juniper (locally referred to as cedar) was invading a creek bottom meadow....
Bellville, Texas - Land Restoration
Restoring Texas Land Naturally: A Multi-faceted Approach
A 288-acre ranch in Bellville, Texas needed to have land cleared so a crew could get to and repair a fence on...
Forest and Land Management
Wow! Your work is absolutely beautiful. You and your crew have truly over-delivered. ln the coming weeks, l will get out to Camp Bowie to GPS the boundaries of your work to get a cost per acre estimate as reference for future contracts. We need your expertise, especially when conducting brush management in sensitive areas. Thank you so much for making this, one of my first completed contracts, a HUGE success.John LindseyCamp Bowie
We have been using Texas Natural / Trees Unlimited since 2015. Carl, Jose and Rocky do awesome work! They work very well together and are very sensitive to a landowners needs and wants, no matter how eclectic. We love to have them work for us. They even follow some of our weirdness. We want persimmon and Agarita plants left alone. They know we like old growth Cedar and all other trees are to be cared for. In our case, much of our land was hopelessly overgrown with cedar. Selective clearing has provided an AMAZING transformation of the area. The guys have made several trails for us providing access to land that was previously impassable. Opened up pastures to usable area for grazing. One area they call the football field. Their work has allowed us to enjoy our place even more! The last trip for them is a newer machine and seems do much more than the original machine of 2015. We love being allowed to work with them! Rocky has taught us ways to help work more efficiency. We are still learning things. We catch ourselves planning their next visit before they're done with the current one. We really look forward to them coming out and opening our place up for us to enjoy. We gladly give Texas Natural our highest recommendation! The Hotmann's Craig and MaryannCraig & Maryann HottmanLand Steward