After Timber Harvest


“After Timber Harvest” refers to the management and restoration activities that take place following the completion of a timber harvest operation. These activities aim to promote ecosystem recovery, ensure future timber production, and minimize the negative impacts of logging on the environment.



After a timber harvest, it is essential to prepare the site for replanting, which may involve clearing debris, grading the soil, or controlling competing vegetation.


Logging operations can disturb the soil and lead to an increased risk of erosion and sedimentation, which can harm water quality and aquatic habitats.