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You can count on Cape Brush to clear your land quickly and efficiently when you need it cleared. Our company specializes in forestry mulching so we can assist you with any Land Clearing project, no matter how big or small. You can find out more about what we can do for you by clicking on the link below or by reading more about the services that we provide by clicking the link below.

Forestry Mulching

Forestry mulching is a land-clearing method that uses a single machine to selectively cut trees, brush, and vines to clear unwanted vegetation. 

Mulch is also an excellent erosion control method and reintroduces nutrients right back into the soil as a result of the mulch produced.

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Land Management

Land use management helps control land allocation for specific uses. This ensures resources are available for future generations. It minimizes the effect of economic activities and development on the environment. In order to make the most effective use of the resources that are available, it is necessary to organize their use.

Stump & UnderBrush Clearing

Clearing refers to the removal of all vegetation, which includes the removal of all logs, brush, and debris, as well as grinding and removal of stumps. 

A major advantage of mulching is that it is environmentally friendly and less disruptive than other clearing methods; the land is not left scarred or burned, and it does not require as much maintenance. 


Commercial & Homestead Preparation 

Ready to build? With our equipment, we will be able to clear any sized lot or land quickly and efficiently so that you are ready for your next big project in no time

Soil Restoration

Soil restoration is the process of improving the structure, microbial lifenutrient density, and overall carbon levels of soil.

Restoring soils raises their infiltration capacity, which recharges aquifers and increases water availability. Increased moisture content helps tree and shrub species take hold, and their roots retain soil and prevent erosion and landslides.

Planting New Trees
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