The origin of the product, traceability and environmental values are important for consumers when it comes to food.
Walmart is doubling down on its climate commitment.
European sawlog prices continued their downward trend in late 2016, resulting in a decline of the European Sawlog Price Index by 6.6% over the course of two years, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly.
A study of commercial timber harvesting activities in Oregon and Washington was conducted from 2011 through 2015 to characterize current tree utilization, logging operations, and assist with estimating the amount of woody biomass left onsite after harvesting.
With over 30 years of experience tracking the operations of the forest products industry in the west at the state and county level, the BBER has become a leader in providing data on the sector not available anywhere else.
Oklahoma’s forest and forest products industry had a total impact of $4.5 billion on the state’s economy, including supporting more than 18,000 jobs with wages and salaries in excess of $738 million according to a new report.
The U.S. has delayed part of its decision in a long simmering spat over softwood lumber with Canada.
Idaho’s top elected officials approved a logging plan for state lands next year aimed at selling 252 million board-feet of timber, in line with the levels of the past five years and potentially bringing in $65 million to $85 million for the state’s endowment, which largely benefits public schools.
The U.S. Department of Commerce said it had made a preliminary finding of subsidies in imports of hardwood plywood products from China and will impose countervailing duties ranging from 9.89 percent to 111.09 percent.
Port Hawkesbury Paper has won a round in its ongoing battle against a 20 per cent tariff imposed on the glossy paper it exports to the United States.
The Virginia Tech – U.S. Forest Service housing market commentaries for February 2017 are now available.
Chilton mindfully handcrafts both locally salvaged wood and space-grade composites into rad, sustainable, hard-charging skis.
Family-owned business, and NWFA member, Old Wood, LLC has seen promising growth since venturing into a new business opportunity utilizing wood salvaged from fires, floods, and other reclamation efforts.
Spring is in the air!
Conservation groups have filed a lawsuit challenging U.S. Forest Service and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service plans for logging and burning in the Helena National Forest.
Pressure continues to build on the U.S. Forest Service to get the most ambitious forest thinning project in history moving again.
IoT includes everything from cell phones, refrigerators, coffee makers, wearable devices, or just about any device you can imagine.
Upward price pressure remained unabated.
Mercer International Inc., announced that it has completed, through its wholly owned subsidiary Mercer Timber Products GmbH, its previously announced agreement to acquire substantially all of the assets of one of Germany’s largest sawmills and a bio-mass power plant, near Friesau, Germany, for approximately $55.1 million plus defined working capital of approximately $6.5 million.