Woods to Mill
I attended the Olympic Logging Conference this year in beautiful Victoria, British Columbia. The theme, “Families in the Forest,” really caused me to reflect on how families have interacted with the forest.
Earth Day - an event celebrated worldwide each year on April 22nd - has its roots in the Lake States Region, as Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson proclaimed the first Earth Day on April 22, 1970.
In 1958, Hollis Hanington, Jr. started Hanington Brothers, heading into the woods with horses to cut and skid timber. In the sixty years since, the company has grown and evolved into one of...
Why do we need individuals with Agricultural “guestworker” visas to meet our treeplanting and silvicultural needs in the U.S.?
We’re less than two weeks away from FRA’s Annual Meeting in New Orleans, and this year’s agenda and networking opportunities promise something for everyone. With great topics and discussions throughout the meeting and...
A short 50 years ago, I started work at Weyerhaeuser’s Pulp R&D lab in Everett, Washington with degrees in Wood Technology and Pulp and Paper Science. This combination allowed me to pursue chip quality from the unique perspective of forest to the product.
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