Natural Texas

Land and Brush Clearing - Central Texas
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Recent Blog Posts

Mother Nature

When I step onto a property owner’s land, I dream of seeing it as it should be. My goal is always to help property owners maximize the potential of their land, by taking it back to nature. I’ve always felt that we are privileged to walk this land and savor its natural beauty. As an arborist, my... Read More +

Quebe Farm in Brenham, Texas

Quebe Farm in Brenham, Texas is one of my favorite properties to visit. It is Texas natural beauty at its finest, and the owner Charlotte von Rosenberg has made a true commitment to the land. She is a celebrated and award-winning (Land Steward of the Year) naturalist and conservationist. Natural... Read More +

Urban Sprawl in the Texas Hill Country

The reason that I became a Certified Arborist more than 20 years ago was because I loved the natural landscape of Texas, and in turn I was happiest being outdoors enjoying it. I’ve been lucky enough to cover just about every inch of the Texas landscape, so I’ve seen a lot of change over the last... Read More +

Back to Basics

At Natural Texas, the majority of the work we do for our clients are landowners who have purchased rural property as an investment, a weekend getaway or as a smog-free place for their kids to grow up. A large number of these clients inherited the problem of years of neglect of the land but were... Read More +

Forestry mower clearing along fencelind Better Than Bulldozing

In mid-July we did a demonstration shaded fuel break on a property in Paige, Texas.  Several people came out, including Sarah Acosta, reporter for the Bastrop Advertiser.  Check out her article here:... Read More +

Forestry mower A Fence Line Revealed

Recently (Sept 17 & 18) we did fence line around back half of 10 acres. The owner, like a lot of owners, asked how wide is the equipment?  It is 6 foot.  Perfect, he says.  He wants it cleared 6 foot wide. It has been 12 years since he was able to wiggle his way through brush and trees along... Read More +

Location 4- after Shaded Fuel Break

Shaded Fuel Break is removing the highly inflammable trees (eastern red cedar, brush, and small dead trees) which when ignited shoot embers skyward that are blown down wind to ignite new sites. Wild fire is cooled down from extremely hazardous to grass fire burning under hardwoods (that are less... Read More +

Burton Cotton Gin Festival 2013 Burton, Texas Cotton Gin Festival 2013

It was a beautiful Spring day in Burton Texas, new leaves on the trees and green grass, the temperature was in the low 70’s. There were plenty of vendors along with Natural Texas. Lots of good stuff to eat, a tractor pull, a cotton gin in operation, and a cotton gin museum. There was the usual... Read More +

Bremond Historical House - Texas Classroom Teachers Association, ​700 Guadalupe St., Austin, Texas Bremond Historical House

There have been many changes at the Bremond house. The first of which was a dying American Elm. We removed it and planted a Drake Elm. It is doing well. The second big event was the decline of a very large pecan tree which shaded the front yard and most of the intersection of Guadalupe and 7th... Read More +

Oak Wilt in Texas My experience with oak wilt

Oak Wilt reared its ugly nature a few years after starting Trees Unlimited my tree care service company. Few people knew the word Arborist.  The Austin Public Library information did not have the word in any literature I read. I learned about the International... Read More +

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About Carl Brockman

An Austin native, Carl Brockman is passionate about preserving the natural landscape of Texas. Carl is an ISA Certified Arborist, formally trained in prescribed burn management and in wildland firefighting, educated in wildlife management, and has more than twenty years experience helping landowners realize their properties’ potential. Through Carl’s experience and vision, Natural Texas has the ability to increase the productivity of your land, as well as its value.

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SUITE 7D
AUSTIN, TX 78756
PHONE: (512) 970-0053