Line marking can consist of setting wooden stakes in the ground along the boundary line in an area where there are not many trees or in an urban environment. Typically, in a wooded area, we will place surveyor ribbon (also referred to as flagging) on trees to visibly mark the line. The best method of marking line in the wooded areas would be to brush out the lines (removing the limbs and underbrush) along the boundary line and blazing the tree (making a scarf on both sides of the tree at about chest height), which is the traditional way of marking a boundary line but is more expensive due to the labor involved. It is totally up to the client to decide how to have the line marked.
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