The online newspaper for the forest products industry including loggers, sawmills, remanufacturers and secondary wood processors.
  Web Articles   Digital Editions
Digital Edition Archives


About TimberLine

May 2019 TimberLine
View the current
digital edition

RSS Feed for current month articles RSS Feed for
Current Articles

What is RSS and
how do I use it?

Advertising Works!

I9 Processing & Immigration Issues

List all articles
published in:

2011   2010   2009  

Search Article Database
by Category
Industry Calendar
Request a Media Kit
Subscribe to TimberLine
Timber Search
Book Store
Link To Us
Site Map

Idaho Cut-to-Length Logger Specializes in Thins, Enjoys Creating the Next Forest:Company Relies on EcoLog, Log Max Equipment from Scandinavian Fores - Thinning Forests Makes Healthier Forests: Ehrmantrout Thinning Services specializes in thinning Idaho forests so that older, mature trees can live even longer. [Topic:Logging Operation Case Studies: Northwest]

Lizotte Logging Makes Transition from One Generation to the Next: Company in New York’s Adirondacks Region Relies on Tigercat Forestry Machines  - Harvesting in the Adirondack Mountains: Lizotte Logging, now led by a new generation, consistently produces 25-30 loads per week, with just five loggers in the woods and two trucks. [Topic:Logging Operation Case Studies: Northeast]

Efforts to Expand, Diversify Pay Off for Company in Pennsylvania: Metzler Forest Products Adds Cat Forest Machines for Land-Clearing Tasks - Diversification Pays Off for Pennsylvania Company: Metzler Forest Products finds success and growth by adding new services—like land clearing—and products such as mulch and chips. [Topic:Logging Operation Case Studies: Northeast]

Right Equipment Enables Ohio Contractor to Grow His Business: Fecon Forestry Mulcher, Attachment Give Boost To Todd Farms & Excavating  - Winter Weather, No Problem: Ohio farmer and excavator finds solution for working in harsh winter conditions and on steep terrain.  [Topic:Logging Operation Case Studies: Midwest]

As [She] Sees It: The Future of Logging Depends on our Youth - Maine Mom Supports Legislation: The American Loggers Council shares a blog from a mom and logger’s wife, who supports the Future Loggers Career Act. [Topic:Industry News]

Safety Alert: Tether Line Breaks After Damaged by Bucket Move - An operator of a steep slope machine e began walking the machine down a 40% slope. After just a few feet, the operator felt a jerk from the direction of the base machine behind him up the hill. He looked back and saw that one of the tether lines had broken at the termination point. [Topic:Safety/OSHA]

Are you looking for a forest products industry Web site? Search the Web via our interactive search engine. Sites are arranged by category.
  • Associations
  • Educational/Research Organizations
  • Environment
  • Equipment/Machinery
  • Events/Shows
  • Forest Health
  • Government
  • Market Reports
  • Philanthropy
  • Portal/Information Sites
  • Trade Publications
  • Workplace Safety

  • To add a Web site to the Timber Search, simply click on the appropriate category above, and select the "Add Site" link on the resulting page. To suggest a change to a current link listing, email the administrator at .

    © Copyright 2019, IndustrialReporting, Inc.
    10244 Timber Ridge Dr., Ashland, VA 23005
    Phone: (804) 550-0323 or FAX (804) 550-2181
    Terms of Use     Contact our Staff

    5/1/2019 - 5/31/2019