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Michigan Logger Knows Value Of Doing Quality Work: It Pays: Shade Tree Logging Adds a Second C-T-L Crew with Two More PONSSE Machines - Michigan Logger pleases landowners and foresters because his crews minimize damage to the residual stand, and his employees utilize as much of the tree as possible. [Topic:Logging Operation Case Studies: Midwest]

Michigan Logger Prefers Supplier With Small Town, Hands on Style: CDC Logging Relies on Woodland Equipment; Tigercat Six-Wheel Skidder Tops Expectatio - Serious logging accident changes logger''s approach to logging and prompts him into mechanization. Invests in more equipment in order to allow him to work safely. [Topic:Logging Operation Case Studies: Midwest]

TimberLine Magazine Honors the Memory of Industry Innovator: TimberPro founder, Pat Crawford, passed away on August 19 at the age of 92 - Innovator was known for a mind that was always at work and looking for better ways to log and haul on the challenging conditions. Pat became known as the father of this state-of- the art mechanized leveling track feller buncher.  [Topic:Equipment, Products & Services]

Bay State Logger Stays Small, but Works Steady: J.D. McKinney Logging Makes Transition to Cut-To-Length - Logger has worked in logging all his life with no family connection to the industry and previously only cutting timber for firewood for home heating At 18 he went to work for a local logger who taught him the ropes and howto log.  [Topic:Logging Operation Case Studies: Northeast]

Safety Alert: Logger Hit by Deadwood Lives  - A logger was suddenly struck by a dead tree, which had been grazed with the oak tree he was working on as it fell to the ground.  [Topic:Safety/OSHA]

Oregon Approves CLT High Rises - The West Coast has been the hotbed of mass timber innovation so it is no surprise that Oregon the first state to codify changes that recognize the potential for timber towers. [Topic:Lumber Market]

China Proposes Retaliatory Tariffs on U.S. Hardwood Exports - Trade War: China proposes tariffs on U.S. hardwood exports, could have major impact on U.S. hardwood sector.  [Topic:International Market]


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