Restoring a high-graded forest often means removing large numbers of deformed, damaged, and low value trees that were left during previous            industrial harvests. Professional loggers are often called on when a tree requires extra skill and    daring to fell.  Here, Mike Neta is felling a large curved white oak tree that severely leans down the hill.  The stress in this tree is great, creating          danger for the feller.  These trees often split as they are cut, damaging the wood.  Special markets are needed to utilize the wood from these trees considered worthless by the timber industry.