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Forestry Mulching

Efficient. Eco-Friendly.

Forestry Mulching is a Land Clearing method that uses a single machine to cut, grind and clear vegetation. This process will selectively mulch the trees, brush, and vegetation that the landowner wants to be removed, leaving the healthy trees.

At St. Croix Brush Control, we use only the latest generation of tracked machinery to make any project a reality for you.


From Brush and Tree Management to the removal of Invasive Species such as Buckthorn, Amur Maple, Autumn Olive.

Services we provide:

  • Invasive Species Removal

  • Brush Clearing

  • Trail Clearing and Maintenance

  • Lot Clearing

  • Tree Thinning

  • Hunting Lane Access

  • Fence Line Clearing

  • Food Plot



Forestry Grapple Work

Forestry grapple work can remove brush, logs, invasive species, and debris, such as logs and rocks.


Logs can be moved to accessible areas to be cut into firewood or to be sold. Rocks and root balls can be used to create a habitat that also eliminates hazards for future management.


St. Croix Brush Control can bring woodlot back to a safe and productive level if the property suffered from oak wilt or storm damage. 

Grapples make work easier than moving vegetation and others things by hand.

Habitat Restoration

Habitat Restoration is changing the biological characteristics of a place back to its original state. At St. Croix Brush Control, we believe it's crucial for native plants and trees to flourish and not be smothered by invasive species.


Buckthorn is an invasive tree spreading through the midwest that out-competes native plants for light and nutrients. It is also harmful to animals such as birds. When food sources are low, they eat the berries on the tree, which can make them sick and possibly die. These invasive species are taking over the forest and are changing them not for the better.


Walking through the woods isn't as easy anymore because these invasive species take over any walking space and kills new growing trees. Buckthorn makes an impenetrable thicket; soon becoming the dominant understory in the forest. Or in prairie habit buckthorn quickly destroys it turning it into thick brush and leaving the prairie wildlife homeless. Buckthorn contains a toxin that harms other native plant's germination and growth. These toxins are also known to poison vernal pools which are critical for many amphibians.


St. Croix Brush control is driven to making the forest a healthier native place. Forestry mulching is an eco-friendly way to clear brush and invasive species. This helps the native young trees, grass, and flowers to flourish and grow.

Foresty mulching
Habitat Restoration
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