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- Forestry Management Plans
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Serving Midland, Saginaw, Shiawassee, Genesee, Lapeer, Sanilac, Tuscola, Huron, St. Clair
Keagan found his love for the outdoors at an early age. He was born and raised in Owosso, Michigan and still resides there. He spent endless hours hunting, trapping, and cutting firewood with his father. And he still spends a majority of his…
Serving all areas for timber harvesting
Shane was born in Toledo, Ohio, then moved to Michigan and resided in the Leslie area most of his adult life. He now resides in Albion with his wife and children. Shane enjoys hunting, fishing, mountain biking, and camping – anything that allows…
Serving Cass, St. Joseph, Branch, Berrien, Van Buren, Calhoun
Sam was born in Coldwater, Michigan. With the except of one year in Florida, he has resided here most of his life. Sam now lives in Quincy with his wife and children. In his free time Sam enjoys hunting, fishing, gardening and woodworking.…
Serving Ingham, Livingston ,Oakland, Macomb, Wayne, Lenawee, Monroe
Shalan was the daughter of a logger in Onondaga, Michigan. Her father instilled in her a storehouse of knowledge in the timber field. Shalan also operated a firewood business with her brother. She is well acquainted with woodlots and family forestland. Shalan has…
Serving Jackson, Washtenaw, Lenawee, Hillsdale, Monroe, Wayne. Ohio counties: Lucas, Fulton, Williams
Dave Crandall has been in Timber Procurement since 2009. He began this career in Southern Michigan exclusively purchasing walnut trees. Dave joined the Tri-County Logging Timber Procurement Team in 2013. His prior background in skilled trades and sales allowed him to gain perspective…
Dear Valued Customer,
This morning, Governor Gretchen Whitmer Issued an executive order of a statewide lockdown to take effect across the state of Michigan effective tomorrow March 24 evening at 12:01 AM. This marks a sharp but necessary escalation in Michigan's response and effort to contain the coronavirus. It is an unprecedented order, one that we take seriously and understand its purpose.
After reviewing the details of the order, it has become clear to us that the state intends for critical supply chains to remain open. The listed supply chains includes: "workers who support the manufacture and distribution of forest products, including, but not limited to timber, paper, and wood products". With this information we have mad the decision to keep Hardwoods of Michigan (HMI) operating and open for business.
These are incredibly trying times. HMI committed to doing everything in our power to keep our employees and customers safe. We look forward to continuing to serve you despite the difficult circumstances. Thank you.