We are leaders in sustainable forest management, improving forest health and benefiting communities and families for generations to come.
Comprehensive Forest Management
West Range Reclamation, LLC is a forest management company based in Hotchkiss, CO. Over the past 13 years, our firm has completed over 400 contracts and 95,000 acres of range and forest health improvement projects on public and private land in five western states.
We are proud to be recognized as leaders in sustainable forest management, helping to reduce the risk of catastrophic wildfire, restore native vegetation and wildlife habitat, and create a healthy environment to ensure forest regeneration in the future.
Over the past several years, Colorado has witnessed unprecedented forest health problems and large catastrophic wildfires. Unhealthy forests and rangelands are not only at risk of severe wildfire, they are much more susceptible to disease and insect epidemics. There is a need for forest health treatments to protect communities and restore critical ecosystems. Forest and rangeland management, when done properly, will help conserve the western landscape attributes that are so greatly valued by all. Most importantly, sound management of these resources will help insure that our forests can achieve their full potential and will continue to provide for the rural communities and wildlife that depend on them. We appreciate your interest in our company and we hope you will contact us if you would like to learn more.
Sincerely, Cody and Stephanie Neff
Below is a fantastic animated short by Aspen Center for Environmental Studies exploring how forests affect, and are affected by, the forces around them. For more information on ACES, visit their website at: http://www.aspennature.org/
Sustainable Forest Management
West Range Reclamation LLC provides comprehensive forestry treatment solutions for your specific fuels reduction needs. Read more...
West Range awarded the White River Long Term Stewardship Contract
West Range will remove trees susceptible to insect and disease infestations and deliver biomass to the Gypsum power plant to generate electricity. Read more…