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Edmonton Journal January 26 2018 Alberta Database to Provide Investment-Grade Data on Biomass Resources The Logging Sawmilling Journal February 2017 System Maps Out Best Bio-Energy Sites in Alta The Western Producer March 22 2018 Related Blog Posts The BRIMS Web Application: Shaping the Alberta Bioeconomy

Timberbiz Specialist steep slope logging conference

The conference team at Innovatek Logging Sawmilling Journal and TimberWest has announced its newest industry conference for leading loggers and forest managers for 2019 Formerly called the Steep Slope Logging Conference the new name – HarvestTECHx – covers all machined based forestry and logging operations for west coast operations in

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Logging Sawmilling Journal - March/April 2020 -Logging contractor Ian Kerr is working with smaller Canadian and European logging equipment Forestnet is the home of North America's leading forestry and timber magazines Logging and Sawmilling Journal and TimberWest Magazine

Blog 1 — Forests and Fields

As of March 31 2020 Rayonier owned leased or managed approximately 2 6 million acres of timberlands located in the U S South (1 8 million acres) U S Pacific Northwest (384 000 acres) and New Zealand (415 000 acres) This article originally appeared in the December/January 2019 issue of the Logging and Sawmilling Journal Read More

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2018-2-3Recently featured in the February 2018 edition of Logging Sawmilling Journal "Successful sawmill owners are always seeking ways to improve their operations and make them run more efficiently If an upgrade in one area of the mill contributes a positive ripple benefit elsewhere in the process that's so much the better

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In this issue Logging and Sawmilling Journal looks at everything that's new in millyard equipment from cranes to loaders to forklifts—it's all here The Last Word The COVID-19 virus has undoubtedly changed the ways the forest industry goes about its daily business and how it

Millar Western investments featured in Logging

April 27 2020 Millar Western investments featured in Logging Sawmilling Journal Millar Western has hit the cover of the latest Logging Sawmilling Journal The March/April issue features a story about the extensive capital investments our company made in 2019 – keeping our wood products and pulp facilities strong for the future while

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Edmonton Journal January 26 2018 Alberta Database to Provide Investment-Grade Data on Biomass Resources The Logging Sawmilling Journal February 2017 System Maps Out Best Bio-Energy Sites in Alta The Western Producer March 22 2018 Related Blog Posts The BRIMS Web Application: Shaping the Alberta Bioeconomy

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Logging Sawmilling Journal February 2016 – The Edge Posted on March 9 2016 by Elva Kennedy BA Alberta Database to Provide Investment-grade Data on Biomass Resource By Tony Kryzanowski Alberta has reached the final stage in its quest to provide comprehensive public data on the quality quantity and availability of forest and other biomass

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2020-5-5Logging Sawmilling Journal - March/April 2020 -Logging contractor Ian Kerr is working with smaller Canadian and European logging equipment Logging and Sawmilling Journal and TimberWest Magazine 04/04/2020 HERE IS A BLURB FROM FP INNOVATIONS FORESTRY CONFERENCE THEY ARE PUTTING OUT A GUIDE LATER THIS YEAR ON THINNING IN THE WEST

Timberbiz Specialist steep slope logging conference

The conference team at Innovatek Logging Sawmilling Journal and TimberWest has announced its newest industry conference for leading loggers and forest managers for 2019 Formerly called the Steep Slope Logging Conference the new name – HarvestTECHx – covers all machined based forestry and logging operations for west coast operations in

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5 March 2020 The Science of Lidar Forest Inventories and the Trajectory of Lim Geomatics 27 February 2020 Logging and Sawmilling Journal covers both woodlands and timber processing sectors from the small logging contractor to the senior executive building state-of-the-art mills wood energy and wood pellet facilities

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Logging and Sawmilling Journal April 30 2020 today by the Canadian Real Estate Association show national home sales and new listings fell by more than half in April 2020 compared to March National home sales fell 56 8% on a month-over-month (m-o-m) basis in April Actual activity was down a similar 57 6% year-over-year (y-o-y)

Improved methods for achieving traceability of tree

We successfully tracked the identities of more than 550 selected 13-year-old trees from a Eucalyptus nitens (Deane Maiden) progeny trial through tree felling harvesting of butt logs and sawmill processing to finished sawn boards using a two-stage approach To track log identity from the standing tree to the log yard we used a numbered under-bark wooden identification plug glued into a

Technology serving forest managers accelerating

"The pace of changes in LiDAR applications and log value measurement is accelerating – that's why we've got the technical leaders forestry metrics for our new conference ForestTECHX in March 2018 " says conference organizer Anthony Robinson associate publisher of Logging Sawmilling Journal

The domestic market for small

In 2000 the Republic of Congo adopted a new forestry law that emphasised export-oriented large-scale industrial forestry Timber from small-scale logging operations for the domestic market were ignored not recorded in official statistics and generally produced without a valid permit Congo in 2009 initialled and in 2010 signed a Voluntary Partnership Agreement (VPA) with the European

Timberbiz Specialist steep slope logging conference

The conference team at Innovatek Logging Sawmilling Journal and TimberWest has announced its newest industry conference for leading loggers and forest managers for 2019 Formerly called the Steep Slope Logging Conference the new name – HarvestTECHx – covers all machined based forestry and logging operations for west coast operations in

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International Forest Industries Magazine (IFI) is the world's leading forestry magazine It covers timber harvesting forwarding and haulage to sawmills and pulp mills We cover sawmill activities from timber handling in woodyards and at the mill through to the cutting technology and the logistics involved

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Logging Sawmilling Journal - March/April 2020 -Logging contractor Ian Kerr is working with smaller Canadian and European logging equipment Forestnet is the home of North America's leading forestry and timber magazines Logging and Sawmilling Journal and TimberWest Magazine

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2020-7-30-Logging and Sawmilling Journal Carrier Forest Products LTD has been featured in the May 2014 edition of the Logging Sawmilling Journal The article chronicles the re-opening of the Big River Mill and is highlighted by an interview with our President William Kordyban

Cranking out the lumber at Idaho Forest Group

by barbara coyner - logging sawmilling journal image by arnie didier / forest business network It was the forest industry's version of the kid in the candy store as Idaho Forest Group (IFG) recently unveiled its new Lewiston Idaho HewSaw SL250 3 4 installation to

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Logging Sawmilling Journal February 2016 – The Edge Posted on March 9 2016 by Elva Kennedy BA Alberta Database to Provide Investment-grade Data on Biomass Resource By Tony Kryzanowski Alberta has reached the final stage in its quest to provide comprehensive public data on the quality quantity and availability of forest and other biomass

Impact of Covid 19 on timber trade

On the European flooring market while the first months of 2020 were promising the arrival of COVID-19 in March put an end to the positive possibilies On April 10 GWMI reported that Parquet sales in Italy and Austria decreased by 10% in the 1st quarter compared to the first three months of 2019 Furthermore in the context of the