The process of forestry mulching is a land management technique that involves using high-performance machines and tractors equipped with mulching attachments to perform mulching on expansive plots of land by grinding up vegetation, including trees, leaves, and debris, and spreading the mulch across the forest floor. The process can be performed in even the most challenging terrains with steep slopes and tight areas. Nonprofit riparian conservation organizations and Government agencies are adopting the process of forestry mulching in attempts to maintain habitats
Forestry mulching provides a great way to clear land for new development, manage existing vegetation, or prepare land for reforestation. Forestry mulching can also be used to control erosion, improve drainage, and create a more sustainable ecosystem, allowing new plants to grow in a healthy way.