Pine Creek Forestry, LLC

  • Timber Inventory and Appraisal
  • Forest Management Plan Preparation
  • Reforestation/Tree Planting Assistance
  • Timber Stand Improvement
  • Firewood Marketing and Management
  • Timber Sale Administration - includes marking, selling and supervising sale of timber and other forest products
  • Christmas Tree Management
  • Forest Wildlife Management
  • Forest Taxation and Finance
  • Forest Stewardship Plan Preparation

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Robert R. Williams CF, RPF
1405 Chews Landing Road
Suite 9
Laurel Springs, New Jersey  08021
Phone: (856) 352-2090
Fax: (856) 352-2189


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4 Introductory articles were found for Pine Creek Forestry, LLC

An American Land Ethic - Protecting the Family Farm


Most Americans think of New Jersey as the overcrowded land of turnpikes and oil refineries. The truth is much more diverse. New Jersey has a wide landscape, with a variety of forest ecosystems, from the hardwood forests in the mountains of northern New Jersey to the coastal-plain, pine forest ecosystems of the southern area of the state.


Atlantic White Cedar, Regenerating a globally threatened forest ecosystem


Atlantic white cedar (Chamaecyparis thyoides) is found along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United States from Maine to Florida and west to Mississippi. Historically, this species has been a very valuable timber species and remains so today. Over the last three centuries, the area occupied by Atlantic white cedar has declined drastically, and it’s now classified as a globally threatened forest ecosystem, and its decline continues. Hurricanes, flooding, wildland fires, natural plant succession and sea level rise all continue to affect a decline in the overall acreage of this important wetland forest ecosystem.


Species Exterpation


Local Wildlife Extinction Southern New Jersey "Pine Chickens" Ruffed Grouse


Species Exterpation - Local Wildlife Extinction Southern New Jersey "Pine Chickens" Ruffed Grouse

Letter written by Director Bob Williams to Ms. Jeanette Vree;and, Chairman, State of NJ, Departement of Environmental Protection, NJ Fish & Game Council dated March 7, 2008.