Pine Curve Consulting Forestry LLC
Matt Schultz, Forester & Owner
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About Pine Curve Consulting Forestry LLC
Pine Curve Consulting Forestry LLC was founded in 2004 with a passion to help private landowners properly manage their property. We strive to provide landowners with professional forestry services.
The company name, Pine Curve Consulting Forestry LLC is named after an early 1900's logging settlement east of Glidden, Wisconsin where the Schultz family first settled. The settlement, Pine Curve, consisted of several farms, a saw mill and a one room school house. The settlement was named for the huge white pine that lined the meandering banks of the Chippewa River, some of which are still standing today.
Matt Schultz has been a professional forester since 2004. Matt is a 4th generation family forestland owner. He has been involved with forestry & land management his entire life. This has provided him with a deep understanding and appreciation of most aspects of land ownership and tenure. It also provides him a unique understanding of how people use and value their property. He has degrees in Forest Management, Forest Administration and Geographic Information Systems.
"Thank you so much for your knowledge and patience in seeing our project to completion. You are such an asset to the business of forestry and are appreciated beyond words." - Laura Schuster
Ervin H. Schultz "Pine Curve Erv" 1924 -2010. Matt's Grandfather and early mentor to conservation and land ethic. After WWII Ervin owned a farm, logged and worked as a forest worker on County Forest lands doing timber stand improvements with an axe on snowshoes during the winter months. He was a part of the last generation to work in the woods before power equipment. He was a true steward of the land.
"Randy & I would like to thank you for making the logging process so easy for us. We were not sure how this would work when we bought the property. It was an awesome experience! We are so happy with how the logging turned out and to see so many trees still standing.
The animals are loving their new habitat!"
"I really appreciate all of your help and guidance through these years. You were wonderful to work with, and I know you were frustrated at times. I hope I can call on you in the future for help, guidance or information.
Best of luck to you!