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5 responses to “Green Clear Cutting – Aqua Logging”

  1. Bill Patton

    how do you fine some one too buy the old logs if some one wanted too get in this line of work,

  2. victor herczeg

    I would like to know,what type of exotic logs,can be found.And what a rare type would be worth.I live in an old logging town in northern Michigan.Is it possible,there is old sunken logs,around here?

  3. rick burger

    What is this wood used for? I thought once wood got wet like this, it was useless.

  4. Terry Conroy

    Hi Sir

    I also would like to get into this new Aqua Logging

    What can you tell me about this Venture
    I am fully insured
    Proffesional Certified

  5. Beth Buczynski

    Hi Terry,

    My advice would be to visit http://www.ssaqualogging.com/ and simply Google “Aqua Logging.” It seems like there are some permitting and legal issues that you should be aware of before starting this type of endeavor.

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