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Land Clearing NW

2818 S Parkway Ave  
Battle Ground, WA 98604


(360) 702-7739

Land Clearing NW Forestry Mulching and Stump Grinding Services

In Clark County Including Vancouver, Battle Ground, Hazel Dell, Salmon Creek, Orchards, Brush Prairie, Ridgefield, Camas, Washougal, Portland, or the surrounding regions

What We Do


land clearing services


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No Burning, Hauling, or Land Disturbance Required!

Forestry mulching is simply the most efficient way to clear unwanted brush and trees up to 8″-diameters.

Typical customers are farms, land-owners, builders, and developers.

Stump Grinding Service


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Stump grinding is the most effective way to get rid of unwanted tree stumps and roots, we grind unwanted stumps and roots into small chips

Tree roots pose a threat to foundations, driveways and underground utilities


Forestry Mulching Services

Brush Clearing

Removal of brush by using a mulcher head attached to a skid-steer loader.

Overgrown Vegetation

Removal of small trees and bushes that have become nuisances.

Blackberry Removal

Removal of Blackberry bushes above ground. Optional- in ground root grinding.

Fence Line Clearing

Help surveyors get access to your fence line by removing overgrown brush.

Field/Pasture Restoration

Let us rough clear your land so you can finish with your brush hog or a mower.

Access Roads/Trail Clearing

Accessibility to inaccessible areas of your property.

Fire Prevention / Firewise Services

Thinning out trees and brush,  may reduce the likelihood that a fire will destroy your valuable possessions.

Storm Clean up

We will gather and transport away any storm debris, including fallen trees, branches, and stumps, after a storm has passed through your area.

Land Clearing

We can clear lots and improve views for many different kinds of situations. Our goal is to help you reclaim, clear, restore, and enjoy more of your property.

Price per acre for land clearing

The average price for land clearing is between $400 and $6,000. A forestry mulcher is used to reduce the size of brush and trees to a fine mulch that can then be spread on the ground. The cost to clear the land depends heavily on its size. The cost of land clearing is broken down by land in the table below.

If you are in need of professional forestry mulching in Vancouver, Battle Ground, Hazel Dell, Salmon Creek, Orchards, Brush Prairie, Ridgefield, Camas, Washougal, Portland, or the surrounding regions, go no farther than Land Clearing NW. Get in touch with Land Clearing NW for all your land clearing needs. As a family-owned company, we value your satisfaction above everything else with every task we do. We provide a discount of 10% to any seniors and military veterans who hire us for their land clearing needs. Don’t hesitate to contact us right now for your no-cost quote.

For more information about our forestry mulching services in Vancouver, Battle Ground, Hazel Dell, Salmon Creek, Orchards, Brush Prairie, Ridgefield, Camas, Washougal, Portland, or the surrounding regions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our professional staff now. If you have any questions, we’d be pleased to answer them.

Forestry mulching machinery

When trees and brush are too large for a tractor’s brush hog yet large excavators or dozers would cause too much soil damage, this is the instrument to use.

Forestry mulching is a very simple, one-step process for clearing brush and trees. The woody debris is mulched into a nutrient-rich, soil-friendly mulch that decomposes and returns to your soil over time.

Forestry mulching also eliminates any rough stumps or other risks by reducing all material to the soil’s surface.

Forestry mulching trees usually prepares the ground for sowing and discing. There is no turning over of the soil. There’s nothing more to say.  No stacks of wood that block the view.

What you need to know about forestry mulching?

The modern method of land clearing is called “forestry mulching,” and it involves the use of specialized machinery to pulverize brush and trees. In recent years, forestry mulching has become the normal practice for dealing with woody vegetation and debris. Because there is no need to burn or transport away debris, this kind of land clearing causes little disruption to the topsoil and the root systems of attractive trees. The use of bulldozers and excavators, both large and machinery-intensive, has been reduced as a result of forestry mulching. Soil erosion and compacting are common results of using these bigger, more powerful devices without the proper permits.

What sets forestry mulching apart from other forms of land clearing?

As a result, forestry mulching has become the most popular technique of land clearing because of its speed, ease, and low cost. Simply removing a few roots from the ground is usually sufficient. Mulching the trees and vegetation where they are and without moving the root systems greatly reduces the likelihood of soil erosion and its harmful impact on the surrounding environment. Because soil is the foundation for land, sowing, and planting, this is of the utmost importance. You may just leave the mulched material on the ground, and it will act as a protective barrier against erosion while also breaking down to restore the soil’s nutrients. This kind of land clearing also avoids several other processes, such as site preparation, cutting, falling, transport, and clearing. Forestry mulching reduces pollutants and saves money for consumers since it doesn’t need the use of as much heavy machinery. Overall, forestry mulching helps the customer save both time and money.

Why doesn't your website include prices, and what is the average price range for this?

Forestry mulching techniques may vary significantly from one area to the next. Some companies charge by the hour, while others charge per completed project. Land Clearing NW  does not publish its prices online since each project is different. Before quoting a price, we thoroughly evaluate each project and show the client the space that has to be removed. By doing so, we can better understand the client’s needs.

What factors are taken into account while determining costs?

Some of the variables that determine the price are tree type, tree diameter, tree to brush ratio, acreage, terrain (steep regions, lots of rocks), and tree age (hardwood vs. cedar). etc

Do you need special licenses to operate?

There is no need for special permits. If you reside in a zone that is mandated to maintain its forestry preservation, you may need to verify that you can have a portion of the land cleared.

How many acres a day can be cleared?
The amount of acres that can be cleared per day depends on the amount of trees and their diameter. If the area is mostly brush, it will take a lot less time to go through than 10 trees. Acres cleared can range from 1 -10+ per day.
When is the best time to have my land forestry mulched?

Anytime is a good time for forestry mulching and reclaiming your land. We work in all seasons. In the winter and spring when the foliage and leaves have fallen our visibility is clearer. This makes it a little easier on us as we can see what is on the ground. However, it doesn’t have an effect on our ability to forestry mulch in any season.

What type of equipment do you use?

We use Kubota Skid Steer SVL 97 and a top of the line Fecon mulching head that is outfitted with knives in the center and we have carbides on the outer portion of the drum. This gives us the best of both worlds, durability and a finer product for the customer.

What are some factors you use to determine cost?
Some factors that determine cost include; diameter of the trees, the number of trees verses brush, acreage, landscape (steep areas, lots of rocks), species of trees (hardwood vs cedar) etc.
How much does this typically cost ?
Forestry mulching can range slightly in the area. We price each job on a thorough evaluation and walk through of the area needing to be cleared with the customer. That way we completely understand what the customer is looking for.
Are there any special permits needed?
No special permits are required. If you live in an area that is under forestry preservation you might need to check to make sure you can have some of the area cleared.

Sustainable land clearing may be accomplished by forestry mulching. Instead of burning brush or piling it up, this method recycles the current vegetation to protect and even improve the topsoil. Forestry mulching is accomplished using a wide range of machinery, most of which are tracked and fitted with rotary cutting drums that look like massive rolling pins with teeth. Thanks to forestry mulching, your land will resemble a park. The land clearing process of preparing the site, cutting, falling, carrying, and mulching up the site are all eliminated since trees and other vegetation may be mulched right where they are. Grass will grow through the mulch in due time, and if proper care is taken, it may be mowed regularly.

Removal of unwanted brush, undergrowth, and trees may be accomplished without endangering the soil or root systems by reducing them to mulch first, then applying the mulch to the vegetation. We can assure you that your job will be finished on schedule and with pinpoint precision because of our skill and equipment. We make sure you understand the project so you can follow along, and we treat you with the respect and courtesy you deserve.

We make sure you understand the project so you can follow along, and we treat you with the respect and courtesy you deserve.

Forestry mulching can be used for a variety of residential and commercial land clearing tasks, such as removing brush and/or invasive species, preparing sites for future construction (such as homes and buildings), making recreational and nature trails, and more.

A few invasive plant species can pollute a natural habitat by soaking up groundwater. To clean up the natural habitat, these plants must be removed. By mulching, you can stop invasive species, plants, and even fungus from spreading and reduce the long-term stress that overcrowding puts on trees. Mulching machines can clear land of unwanted trees and brush without hurting the vegetation or beneficial plants.

It is possible to leave the mulched material on the ground after a rough grading has been done to act as a barrier against erosion and return nutrients to the soil. 

Contact us to discuss your alternatives for eco-friendly land clearing.


Stump Grinding

What kind of equipment do we use?

We use a Bandit SG-75 that has a powerful Kohler diesel engine with 74 horsepower. This stump grinder has the most horsepower of any in its class. More power means grinding stumps faster, which saves time, and time is money. Bandit’s Super Sweep keeps users from taking too big of a cut and stopping the engine by automatically moving the cutter wheel away from a cut that is too aggressive. The SG-75’s rubber tracks can be extended to a length of 55 inches, which makes it a very stable platform for grinding. When the tracks are retracted, they are only 35 inches long, which is small enough to fit through most backyard gates. This means that this unit can clear a lot of land quickly, but it can also be used as a backyard grinder in a residential setting.

The Highest Standard of Care Is Given to Each Stump-Grinding Task.

If you need the services of professional stump grinding and you are located near Vancouver, Battle Ground, Hazel Dell, Salmon Creek, Orchards, Brush Prairie, Ridgefield, Camas, Washougal, Portland, or the surrounding regions, look no farther than Land Clearing NW.

For all your stump grinding needs, count on Land Clearing NW. We’re a small company dedicated to your satisfaction on every job. Veterans and seniors enjoy a 10% discount when they hire us to grind their stumps. Get a no-obligation quote right now by calling.

We work with both above- and below-ground grinding. We utilize a remote-controlled machine for precision and safety. Inquire about our 24/7 availability and same-day services. Vancouver, Battle Ground, Hazel Dell, Salmon Creek, Orchards, Brush Prairie, Ridgefield, Camas, Washougal, Portland, and the surrounding communities may learn more about our stump grinding services by contacting our professional crew. We’ll do our best to answer any questions you have.

How Much Does It Cost to Remove a Tree Stumps?

Most stumps are priced by how big they are. The average size is 24 inches, which costs $150 to $700 to remove. Up to $1,100 can be paid for a big tree stump that is 72″ in diameter. Many professionals who take out tree stumps charge extra for things like location, level of difficulty, root structure, and so on.

How much does stump grinding usually cost?

The size and number of stumps determines the cost of stump grinding services. It is always best to have us measure your stump to give you a quote.

How long does it take to get rid of a tree stump?

Stump grinding can take anywhere from 20 minutes to an hour, depending on how big the stump is. Colorado State University says that most tree roots are between 6 and 24 inches below the ground. Our team will get the job done on time.

Do you remove wood chips?

When the job is done, our team of stump grinders rakes and cleans up the site so it looks good. As this is a professional stump-grinding business, we don’t haul away extra mulch for two reasons:

1. To compensate for the lost time grinding, we must charge as much as machine time.

2. We offer the best service and put all of our efforts into getting rid of as many stumps as possible in the most effective way.

Do you have a license and insurance?

Yes, we are fully licensed and insured for stump grinding services to make sure you are protected. 

What should I do to get ready for a stump grinding?

Before our stump grinding  services, the work area needs to be free of rocks and other debris. If we miss any part of a stump, we’ll go back to the site and grind it again for free. But no part of a stump, including its roots, will be removed or covered by our re-grind protection program if it is covered by rocks or other debris or is too close to houses, fences, etc. at the time of removal.