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How to Mark Trees in Timberborn

One of the first things you’ll need to do in Timberborn is to harvest trees.

You’ll need to do this in order to acquire logs, which is a valuable resource used to make buildings.

How to Mark Trees in Timberborn

This is a pretty simple task, but the game doesn’t really show you how to do it.

There’s a button that looks like a chopped tree chunk in the bottom-left corner of the UI. It’s right next to the cursor icon there.

Once you’ve clicked on that, select a nearby tree with your mouse and you’re good to go.

How to Mark Multiple Trees in Timberborn

If you’d like to mark an area of trees, click on the icon that comes up in the center called “Mark tree cutting area”.

You can then select a large area of trees to mark.

Now What?

Build a Path from your district building to your marked trees. The path needs to be connected to the front door of the building, or it won’t connect to buildings.

Build a Lumberjack Flag next to the path and the marked trees. Make sure that the arrow is pointing towards the path, or it won’t work.

It should look something like this: