• What is My Timber Worth?
  • How Do I Sell My Timber?
  • Planning to Sell Your Timber
  • Harvesting Your Timber
  • After Harvesting Your Timber
  • Reforestation
  • SC Forestry Programs

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Winter Storm 2014: What to Do

    Locally known as “Icemageddon,” February’s severe winter weather proved to be South Carolina’s most damaging storm since Hurricane Hugo. We have called upon the Forest community to help with salvage and reforestation efforts. If landowners do not act quickly to salvage and replant trees, the devastation will increase and its effects could be felt for decades.  Southern Pines Land & Timber is here to help. It is critical to schedule a timely assessment by a forestry professional. Forest management implications vary

When Do I Thin My Planted Pines?

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By Kristina Kunasek

First we need to consider several factors: property goals, timber age, and an assessment of the timber in question.

 Before considering a thinning, you would first need to determine the long and short-term goals for your property. This is the single most important aspect in being satisfied


Meet the Team

Southern Pines Land and Timber was established to market, harvest and manage private timberlands in South Carolina for maximum value and growth opportunity. We work with our clients to maximize timber growth and manage wildlife while helping them obtain their vision for their property. At Southern Pines Land and Timber, we take pride in our proven reputation of treating our clients' land as if it were our own.