Whether you’re splitting a cord of wood for your fireplace or managing acres of woodland, The Backyard Lumberjack provides plenty of practical instruction and firsthand advice. Familiarize yourself with the proper equipment and safety gear, then learn how to fell, buck, split, and stack your own wood supply for the season. Veteran lumberjacks Frank Philbrick and Stephen Philbrick cover everything you need to know to bring a tree from the forest to your fireplace, safely and effectively.
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About the Author
Frank Philbrick lives in New York and competes in lumberjack events around the country.
Stephen Philbrick, lives in Massachusetts, where he manages 120 acres of woodlot.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Ten Reasons to Be a Backyard Lumberjack
Chapter 1: Into the Woods
Chapter 2: Get Your Gear
Chapter 3: Timber!
Chapter 4: Splitting & Stacking
Chapter 5: Feel the Heat
Chapter 6: Burn, Baby, Burn
Chapter 7: Logger Games