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Wildfire home protection buys wildfire safe.

PESHASTIN -- "We've had a great 10 years of helping our neighbors and couldn't be happier that someone with the same approach of fuels reduction with the intent of improving forest health has taken over Wildfire Safe," said Kyle and Kelsey Walter.

"Connor has extensive firefighting experience with 10 years in the Forest Service as a wildland firefighter and five years as a structure firefighter so he has really seen the need to reduce catastrophic damage from wildfires by being proactive in forestry practices."

"Kyle and I originally met Conner in 2002 while working for the Forest Service on the Entiat and Chelan Ranger Districts. How serendipitous is it that 15 years later, Connor was interested in expanding his forestry business Wildfire Home Protection, just as Kyle and I were looking to transition out of Wildfire Safe in order to focus on other business ventures and our expanding family life. Connor had heard of the Bandit tracked chipper and now that he has added it to his two other tow-behind chippers, he has a complete fleet of chipping machines! He also has a boom truck to facilitate the arborist work his company offers.

Connor, his wife Trisha, and their two daughters have lived in the Peshastin area for the past 15 years and are dedicated to the Eastern Washington lifestyle.

An avid fisherman, Connor has a degree in Natural Resources Management from Central Washington University and Trisha works in the Wenatchee School District. District and the whole family is often outside tending farm animals and ping.

Connor is looking forward to helping you with your forestry needs and if you have any questions, we are all available and excited to hear from you. Kyle and I are facilitating the transition by assisting Connor with client relations and chipper operations, so we all welcome your phone calls or emails with any questions about your property and resources to help you in your goals.

Caption: From left are Kyle, Kelsey and Lilyana Walter and Connor Craig in front of a giant chipper machine.

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Title Annotation:New Business
Publication:Wenatchee Business Journal
Date:Jun 1, 2017
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