Mary Moore Searight Trail – Forestry Mower Video

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Rosie and Claire from the Austin Parks Foundation visit Carl Brockman of Natural Texas, using his foresty mower to cut a trail through dense cedar (ashe juniper) trees at Mary Moore Searight Park.  The mower cuts and grinds up the trees into mulch on site, greatly reducing the time it would take to cut, drag, chip and distrbute the wood chips.  It also has great weight displacement, with a light footprint on the soil.  Watch our “rough cut” 1 minute video:

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