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Forever Green, Inc.
Eddie Stone
P.O. Box 952
Leeds, AL 35094
(205) 702-4420 - phone
(205) 837-4466 - cell
(205) 702-4421 - Fax
Email: edstone@windstream.net
Website: www.forevergreeninc.com

PROFILE
Eddie Stone of Forever Green, Inc. in Leeds is a one man consulting company, specializing in ARC, GIS and GPS mapping, timber sales and appraisals, site prep, and real estate. Most often, he finds himself talking about economics. Timberland is an asset class, and both buyers and sellers need Stone’s help to know what it is worth. He says the most satisfying part of his job is helping landowners not make big mistakes.

“You mess up a haircut, it’ll take about three weeks for it to grow out,” he says. “You mess up a timber sale, that’s a generational mistake.” Negotiating a timber sale or selling the family land is something a person will likely only do once, and he likes to help people get it right. Stone works generally within about 150 miles of Leeds, a landscape that is dotted with evidence of long-gone residents. He sees a lot of home and industrial sites that have been swallowed by forest, such as grown-over rail lines, a homesteader’s well, or a 1904 kiln from an old limestone quarry. “You’ll see 20 or 30 graves, abandoned and gone. That used to be a neighborhood. They were trying to farm that rocky ground in Blount County and they were about starving to death.” He pauses. “It’s good for timber, though.”


Listed Counties
Blount
Clay
Coosa
Cullman
Jefferson
St. Clair
Shelby
Talladega

Link#  28601
Acct# 0243