Owners of a long-established sawmill don’t have to fear future neighbours will complain about their operation.
A fire broke out recently at the Meadow Lake, Sask., sawmill’s intake plant, where logs are stripped of their bark.
Staff on the Williams Ranger District of the Kaibab National Forest are laying out two new timber sale projects located south of Interstate 40 between Forest Road 141 near Bootlegger Crossing and Forest Road 62 in the Garland Prairie area.
There haven’t been too many good news headlines for Maine’s pulp and paper industry in recent years, given the closures of six mills since 2014.
A Vancouver-based forest products firm creates 120 jobs at former Georgia-Pacific mill in Arkansas.
Six months after fire raced through Roaring Lion, burning 8,700 acres of National Forest and private land, as well as houses, crews have begun salvaging some of the fire killed timber.
Tax breaks for big business and heavy industry don’t usually play well on Main Street.
Seneca Sawmill in Eugene and its sister companies are offering a $5,000 scholarship to the winner of a high school essay contest about the benefits of the wood products industry.
A decade after billions of mountain pine beetles chewed their way through British Columbia’s lodgepole pine forest, the Interior timber supply has begun a dramatic drop.
The pending sale of Hefler Forest Products’ 3.7-megawatt biomass power plant in Middle Sackville to merchant bank Hawthorne Capital and green energy company Katalyst Wind will be a first for Canada, says a leading forestry analyst.
Tucked in a 28-acre valley at the end of Dawson Road, six miles from Monroe, Oregon, a rare piece of American history thrives.
A Canadian timber company will invest $80 million in an El Dorado sawmill, creating 120 new jobs, the Arkansas Economic Development Commission said in a statement.
Klausner Lumber One announced that it would temporarily layoff some of its employees and idle the saw mill.
Fort Mill-based Domtar Corp. will spend about $25 million to convert boilers to natural gas from coal and modernize equipment at two paper plants in Pennsylvania.
After more than a year of discussions, paper and pulp companies in British Columbia have an improved way of accessing fibre for processing.
A reduction in supply has led to the owners of ASH, the Hermal Group, to begin planning for the shut down of the mill when existing saw log stocks are exhausted in September, an irreversible process that will begin in April unless a supply solution can be found.
The Cedar Palace, the former Plum Creek Timber Co. administrative office in Columbia Falls from which a timber giant reigned for decades, has shuttered and is awaiting a new fate.
The Nature Conservancy is helping revive the timber industry.
In the case of a local father and son team in Efland, when life gives you trees you turn them into lumber, sawdust, firewood or other wood by-products.