Raking and Piling


Raking and piling are forestry and land management practices that involve gathering and stacking debris, such as branches, leaves, twigs, and other organic materials, into piles. These activities are commonly performed after tree cutting, pruning, or other vegetation removal operations, and they serve several important purposes.



Raking and piling help clean up a site after logging, land clearing, or other activities that generate debris. Removing the debris from the ground makes the area safer, more accessible, and easier to work on for further activities such as planting, landscaping, or construction.