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The other thing you need to look into is how to protect your agricultural timber exemption. If the damage completely removes the timber, and you don't provide for regrowth, you might eventually loose the exemption.

The forester you are working with should be able to advise you. This might include using natural regeneration. Which is a fancy name for mother nature is going to do it. Having that in a written plan from your forester may help you defend the land use.
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