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Richard C. Crenshaw Jr., RF
Richard C. Crenshaw Consulting Forester
7653 Ridge Road
Greenville, AL 36037
(334) 382-3826 - Office
Email: richardcrenshawforestry@gmail.com

PROFILE

Richard Crenshaw, a consulting forester based in Greenville, took the step toward a small consultancy when travel all over the southeast with a larger firm became impractical for his family. Now he helps private landowners in the Butler County region achieve their goals. Most of Crenshaw’s clients own from 20 acres to a few hundred acres, and he said that being on his own gives him the flexibility to take on jobs that wouldn’t be cost effective for larger consultancies.

“I can take any job that I think I can help the person with,” he said. Crenshaw chooses to stick with more traditional forestry methods rather than some of the more gadget-heavy, technology-intensive approaches. “I use more paper than some foresters,” he said. “We are growing trees, after all.” Much of Crenshaw’s day-to-day work includes timber estimation, boundary maintenance, and timber sales, along with some urban forestry for the city of Montgomery. For his clients’ larger-scale needs, he works with local contractors.

Crenshaw said that marking timber for a select cutting is one satisfying aspect of his job, because choosing which trees to cut lets him have a hand in shaping the future of the forest. But what he finds most rewarding is guiding clients through their options on major decisions and knowing he has helped someone accomplish something they couldn’t have otherwise.

Seeking clients in these counties:
Butler
Conecuh
Crenshaw
Lowndes
Monroe
Wilcox

Link# 85220
Acct# 0473