High Climbers And Timber Fallers



As many are aware, Jerry is also the acclaimed author of "The Fundamentals of General Tree Work." With a passion for photography ignited in 1967 when he acquired his first 35mm camera, Jerry has amassed an extensive archive of images over the years. His journey into logging photography began in 1976 while engaged in rigging operations for various logging endeavors. "High Climbers and Timber Fallers" encapsulates the spirit of the modern old-growth industry from the late 1970s to the turn of the millennium, serving as a poignant record of the industry's transition to second-growth management. This exquisite coffee table book offers readers a glimpse into the closing chapter of an illustrious era of logging the majestic redwoods of the North Coast, conveyed through compelling real-life narratives and a stunning collection of 333 color photographs.