Yes to an extent. I only have a about an acre and my lot is mostly wooded. I have several large problem trees on my lot that need to come down. I am shopping services now to bring them down. I am a bit of an environmentalist, so I don't plan on deforesting my lot (and it is not large enough for sustainable supply), but I do have to take these trees down. They are 70+ foot oaks on a slope within 50 feet of my house. As parts of the slope have eroded (toward my house) over the years the trees are now leaning toward the house. If they come down, they will be on my house, no question about it. They are not in immediate danger of coming down, but with a hurricane scheduled to make landfall next week, it is a reminder that stuff happens and I don't want to wait to long. The trees should provide a couple years worth of wood (in a couple of years). My friend has a wooded 1.5 acre lot and he lost a couple of trees to Irene last year. We bucked up about 2 cords worth of rounds last year and their are still several large trees that need to come down. We are going to be doing that over the winter. That wood should be good for next year. After that, it will be touch and go, but if I keep my eyes out I am sure I will find plenty of free wood here in CT. Heck, if I just follow the CL&P crews around I would be fine. Around here they chip/shred all the small stuff, buck up the good stuff and leave it on the side of the road on the lot.