I am not sure this is the place for this topic, but here goes. I have a piece of property in Southern Colorado that needs thinning. I have tried to locate someone who is in the firewood business. I placed adds in a local paper, contacted both the Colorado State and National Forest services for contacts. Everyone who has responded does not seem to really want to work. I am willing to give the wood away, I have cut many trees down limbed them, and still no one is willing to come and take the wood. They all seem extremely undercapitalized; I have better saws, truck, etc. With the cost of natural and/or LP gas, the market should be good for them. Am I marketing in the wrong place? Any suggestions? PS, the state forester estimates that there is about 150 - 200 cords to take during the thinning.