G. H. Ranch

Services

  • Education;
  • Forest/timber management;
  • Hauling, residual (chip, sawdust);
  • Insect & disease assistance;
  • Land clearing, site preparation;
  • Land management planning;
  • Logging;
  • Reforestation
    • chemical application;
    • tree planting;
  • Slash treatment;
  • Wildlife management.

Additional Information

  • Business Type: Consultant
  • Specializes in wildland fire engines, tenders, and handcrews, refrig. units, cat, lowboy, heavy duty transport, long haul trucks.
  • Certifications/Licenses: Pesticides

Contact G. H. Ranch

Nelda Herman
14606 Anderson Road
Klamath Falls, Oregon  97603
Phone: (541) 798-5601

 

Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Deschutes County, Oregon
  • Douglas County, Oregon
  • Jackson County, Oregon
  • Jefferson County, Oregon
  • Josephine County, Oregon
  • Klamath County, Oregon
  • Lake County, Oregon
  • Malheur County, Oregon
  • Umatilla County, Oregon
  • Wallowa County, Oregon


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