There are many things to learn about forestry when you begin working with raw land. The WHTC site consists of good 'ol Georgia red clay and the abundance of pine trees. Much of the surrounding land has been for decades pine forests. This site was cleared several decades ago and what is in place currently is naturally seeded pines with a few persimmon and crab apple trees mixed in, a few hardweeds and a lot of vines and a few ornamental plants left from perhaps an old homesite from decades ago. As we begin mapping out the design for the convertible community we will begin working with a timber agent as well to help us market the timber that we will be clearing. I am certain that we will learn much more about timber.