• Timber Stand Improvement

    Timber stand improvement (TSI) consists of thinning or culling the forest at proper intervals, which invigorates the crop trees and encourages their growth.  This method is very similar to weeding a garden. Read More
  • Herbicide Application

    Herbicide application is one way to help control non-native vegetation in conjunction with forestry mowing.  The herbicides we use are specially blended and are not for sale to the general public. Read More
  • Invasive species management

    Invasive species management consists of three areas – control of non-native vegetation, herbicide application and reforestation. Read More
  • New Equipment Innovations

    At Stryker Forest Products we strive to keep up with the latest in equipment and technologies. We come up with our own ideas for innovating our equipment lineup. Read More
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Forestry Fact File

More than 250,000 families and individuals own about 35 percent (6.2 million acres) of northern forest areas.  Small woodland owners are those who own between one acre and 1000 acres.  They lay claim to the largest share of forest land.  Companies that own paper mills, sawmills and other wood processing facilities own nearly 28 percent (5 million acres), including large tracts of northeastern United States woodlands.  A handful of landowners own 14 percent (about 2.5 million acres) of northeastern forest.  Owners of large tracts include individuals, families, and public and private companies.  By definition, a large non-industrial forest landowner owns more than 100,000 acres.  Investment institutions, such as banks, insurance companies, mutual and pension funds and university endowment funds, own about 15 percent (more than 2.6 million acres).

Service Area

Service AreaProudly serving Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Passaic, Somerset, Sussex, Union and Warren counties.

Pulp wood harvesting performed within 100 miles of Morris County, New Jersey.

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