Most lumber is logged by companies, and logger pay comes from those companies. The “Ax Men” reality TV show explains many of the details.
People who own timber land also ask certain trees on their property to be felled for the money.
Although it’s no longer common in the continental United States, some lumber is cut for the owner’s own use, for example to build rough buildings or fences. There’s no pay involved there, even though the owner is becoming more wealthy.
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