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September 28, 2006



Al - Heavens, yes. That is just what I meant: one of the few master loggers in Massachusetts. Thanks for catching the typo.

Joe cares about trees and forests and forestry more than just about anyone I've met who makes his living in the woods. There are others like him, but too many in forestry who do not have that approach and those high standards.

Al Mollitor


Thanks for this interesting post and great links. Joe Zorzin seems like a very special guy. If I had some forest land in Berkshire County, he'd be the first one I'd call.

Did you mean: "They have ONE of Massachusetts' few certified master Loggers implementing the plan." ?


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