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Green Watch – June 2001

Green Watch for June 2001 TimberLine Environmentalists opposed to logging planned for a tract of Boise Cascade land on Grayback Mountain in Oregon sabotaged a...

Washington Company Known for Oysters Manages Surrounding Forest Land on Olympic Peninsula

LILLIWAUP, Washington — The familyoperated Hama Hama Company has been managing forest land and harvesting timber on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington for generations....

Beetle Taking Large Toll in British Columbia

Epidemic spread of destructive mountain Pine Beetle now claims 17% of province''s forest resources. British Columbia used to proudly put ‘the evergreen playground’ on license...

Green Watch – May 2001

Green Watch for May 2001 TimberLine The government of British Columbia banned logging on a part of its coastal region known as the Great Bear...

From the Hill – California Wildfires Rage, Raise Land Management Concerns

The deadliest wildfire in California history continues to rage after claiming 56 lives and destroying 10,317 structures while burning 140,00 acres, according to Cal...

In the Arena: End Voodoo, Put Forests Under Local Control

Former Interior Department Insider Calls for the Abolition of the US Forest Service It’s time to abolish the U. S. Forest Service. It’s time to...

Potomac Supply Corp. Wins Environmental Award, Utilizes Green Energy

Virginia SawmillRelies on McConnell Tech, National Barn, Unitemp, Koger Air and SmartTrac Operating a ‘green’ facility is nothing new to Potomac Supply Corp. in Kinsale,...

Hurricane Caused Significant Timber Damage

According to the U.S. Forest Service, Hurricane Michael left significant damage to timberland in Florida and parts of Alabama and Georgia. The monetary estimate...

Go Wood – Understanding the Science Behind Clearcuts

While clearcuts may not be pretty, especially right after harvesting, they are one useful tool in a land management toolbox. Back in 2012, I...

In The Arena: Keeping Global Warming Drumbeat Going and…

  In November, when people in the warm state of Florida were explaining to the rest of us why they couldn’t read a ballot, many...
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