When it came harvest time for a very visible stand of Hampton Lumber-owned timber, co-owner David Hampton and crew devised a plan.
“The first year (following planting) it came up, it was hilarious," Hampton said. "I thought, ‘look at that thing.’ We had created forest art. It showed clear cuts are a happy place.
David Hampton said his late father, John, admonished him regarding the subject of clear-cuts and how to make them aesthetically pleasing. The elder Hampton had an idea ...