Going Dutch on sawmill
Two companies have joined forces on a new specialty sawmill that is taking the Sitka Spruce in northwestern B.C.—known for growing tall and straight, with lo...
Up in smoke— not
A new sawmill came on stream this spring in the B.C. Interior—thanks to the co-operation of three forest industry parties—and the end result is that wood fib...
Prescribed Fire
There’s a great deal of talk in today’s forest management circles about the use of prescribed fire as a tool to manage forests.  Fire can certain...
TimberWest launches First Nation art program
NANAIMO, BC – TimberWest has announced its First Nation Cultural Art Showcase Program, which recognizes and supports three First Nation artists representing ...
Tolko to restart High Prairie OSB mill
VERNON, BC –Tolko Industries is restarting its oriented strand board mill, located near High Prairie, Alberta, in response to improving market conditions. Th...
Guest Article: Forest and Farm Producers: First Responder...
Around the globe, there are about 1.5 billion smallholder forest and farm producers, many of them organized so they can better protect their rights and the p...
Bosch Rexroth adds hydraulics distributor in Atlantic Canada
Welland, ON — Bosch Rexroth Canada has added TRC Hydraulics as authorized distributor for industrial and mobile hydraulics products for all of Atlantic...
Opinion: First Nations participating more in forest industry
In recent years, the participation of First Nations in forestry  has begun to transform dramatically, says Corey Lamb, in a recent Vancouver Sun ar...
FPAC announces summer student bloggers
Forest Products Association of Canada has announced the winners of the 2017 Green Dream program. The ten chosen students will receive a scholarship and an iP...
Shirin-Yoku: Why Forest Bathing Became a Global Health Ph...
Forest bathing is taking the wellness world by storm. Discover what it is and why it works. The post Shirin-Yoku: Why Forest Bathing Became a Global Health P...
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Enforcement officials in China trained on wildlife identi...
Nanjing, China, June 2017— 34 law enforcement officials from nine separate provinces attended a wildlife forensics technology training workshop at Nanj...
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Competition is getting tough in green energy
Nordic collaboration about green energy is strongly advised in a report that Jorma Ollila made for Nordic Council of Ministers.   – For the moment the N...
“Bioeconomy and digitalization is a perfect match”
The words come from Jaakko Kuusisaari from Tieto, Finland, and he means that the digitalization of the society can help realize a green industrial transition...
Dreaming the impossible
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$100,000 donated to Clemson’s Wood Utilization + Design I...
The list of founding partners for Clemson University’s Wood Utilization + Design Institute continues to grow as two more companies have made donations to hel...
Wellington International Airport terminal: south extension 
Wellington Airport's latest addition, by Warren and Mahoney, is the main entry point for Wellington's frequent domestic travellers, featuring a ‘net’ of angl...
Wildfires won’t stop at the edge of public land — sustain...
Nearly 145 million acres of land are at a high risk of catastrophic wildfire across the West thanks to the overwhelming insect epidemic, drought, decades of ...
Technology for tall wood construction expands in U.S. mar...
At the Leadership Forum, in Las Vegas, Iain MacDonald from the TallWood Design Institute and Valerie Johnson, CEO of DR Johnson Lumber, explain the phenomeno...
SmartLam hosting timber conference in Columbia Falls 
SmartLam, one of the nation’s pioneers in cross-laminated timber manufacturing, is hosting a conference in Columbia Falls devoted to the cutting-edge buildin...
Major publishers move to defend Greenpeace in dispute wit...
The world’s biggest book publishers have been dragged into a bitter dispute between a US logging company and environmental campaigners Greenpeace.
Why is logging dying? Blame the market
Environmental regulations and endangered species protections are not at fault for Western logging’s decline.
Priorities in the West
The number of large, catastrophic wildfires has increased dramatically in the last decade.
The caged monster 
A weeklong effort to contain the 6,634-acre Highline Fire trembled on the edge of disaster, but then veered toward triumph.
Small mills, towns lead mass timber movement
There is often a narrative that such innovation only occurs in the private sector, but in Springfield, Oregon, the mayor, superintendent of schools, Universi...
Man avenges tree’s death by planting more than 100 giants...
It’s been three years since Clyde was cut down in the prime of life.
Nepal’s ecosystems: Aiming for new heights
Realizing local and global benefits from community-based forestry
US wants quick deal with Canada, but not likely
Canada’s envoy to Washington says President Donald Trump’s administration is interested in a quick deal to end a softwood lumber dispute although Prime Minis...
Pumping the forest with CO2
Researchers at a British University have embarked on a decade-long experiment that will pump a forest full of carbon dioxide to measure how it copes with ris...
WorkSafe NZ tells farmer to get professionals to harvest ...
WorkSafe New Zealand says many of the woodlots on farmland were planted on steep ground which made harvesting these trees highly dangerous. Source: Stuff NZ ...
Co-firing renewable wood waste
Australia is ideally placed to significantly reduce emissions from our coal-fired power stations by co-firing them with renewable wood waste. Source: Timberb...
NZ structural log prices hit the highs
New Zealand structural log prices have hit their highest level in more than two decades as local mills compete with the export market to secure supply to mee...
J-Frame questioned on labelling of LVL
A popular brand of timber product used to build Kiwi homes doesn’t meet the strict rules put in place in response to the leaky homes crisis. Source: TV...
OneFortyOne Plantations profits well from SA forest
The company that bought South Australia’s forests five years ago for a price criticised as too cheap is making four times the profits generated under governm...
Burnie Council hosts forum for forestry
The Burnie council in Tasmania recently hosted a forum with key stakeholders in the private forests sector, to get a greater understanding of the current iss...
VicForests say it would make up shortfall at ASH
VicForests was willing to look at making up a shortfall in timber supply to the Australian Sustainable Hardwoods mill in Heyfield. The claim came after the m...
Vic Govt of no use in Heyfield options
Imported timber could be processed at Heyfield’s timber mill as its owners consider how it might remain open without the assistance of the Victorian Governme...
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Vancouver, BC Joe Fortes Seafood & Chop House Ltd. Cooks perform some or all of the following duties:  Prepare and cook complete meals or individual dis...
ICRAF presents the role of evidence and improved soil man...
Approximately 70% of Africa’s population depends on its agriculture-based economy for their livelihoods, underscoring the importance of soil to the sector. F...
National Aboriginal Day 2017
Today, and everyday, the Faculty of Forestry honors the Musqueam people, on whose traditional, ancestral and unceded territory we do our work. UBC Forestry h...
TimberWest announces Vancouver Island First Nation Cultur...
In celebration of National Aboriginal Day, TimberWest is proud to announce its First Nation Cultural Art Showcase Program which recognizes and supports three...
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