Forget CrossFit: Competitive ax-throwing has officially come to D.C.

Forget CrossFit: Competitive ax-throwing has officially come to D.C.

The city’s first ax-throwing club debuted near Echostage in Northeast D.C.

Christmas tree shoppers help with forest fire resistance

Christmas tree shoppers help with forest fire resistance

Thousands of Californians got their Christmas trees from a national forest this year, leaving the land a little more fire-resistant than they found it.

Timber! Christmas tree farms topple around Central Ohio

Timber! Christmas tree farms topple around Central Ohio

At Dale Tree Farm in Delaware County, Shannon Schoch and her family found just the right tree.

Commission sides with U.S. lumber mills

Commission sides with U.S. lumber mills

U.S. lumber mills have gained some ground in a long-running trade dispute.

Christmas tree shortage will be felt for a long time

Christmas tree shortage will be felt for a long time

When it comes to live Christmas trees, we’re still feeling the effects of the Great Recession ten years ago.

Why Pennsylvania's private forests getting split up is a problem

Why Pennsylvania’s private forests getting split up is a problem

Pennsylvania’s vast private forests are one of the state’s greatest resources.

Roseburg Forest Products CEO elected 2018 AWC chairman

Roseburg Forest Products CEO elected 2018 AWC chairman

The American Wood Council (AWC) announced the election of Roseburg Forest Products CEO Allyn Ford as the AWC chairman for a one-year term, effective in January 2018.

Forest Commission finds in favour of JDI and others in SNB Marketing Board case

Forest Commission finds in favour of JDI and others in SNB Marketing Board case

Forestry giant J.D. Irving Ltd. has won its challenge against a Sussex-based marketing board that tried to control how wood is bought and sold in southern New Brunswick.

Why do small, rural family landowners matter to the global supply chain?

Why do small, rural family landowners matter to the global supply chain?

Roughly 50% of the wood flowing into your U.S. supply chains originating from family-owned forests.

Lumber liquidated: sudden impact

Lumber liquidated: sudden impact

Nothing happens in a vacuum, and nowhere is this evident than in the residential construction business, where, it seems, everything connects.

Days Creek company awarded patent for log yard system

Days Creek company awarded patent for log yard system

A muddy mass of debris left in a logging yard moves through the chutes and conveyors of the Walker DeRocker and comes out in four separate piles: small rocks, large rocks, fine soil and bark.

Vince Bulic’s Weekly Lumber Market Wrap: For the week ending June 19, 2015

Vince Bulic’s Weekly Lumber Market Wrap: For the week ending December 8, 2017

The SPF market was soft this week as buyers pulled back and prices drifted lower.

US locks in duties on Canada's softwood lumber industry

US locks in duties on Canada’s softwood lumber industry

A U.S. trade panel unanimously ruled to uphold hefty duties on Canada’s softwood lumber industry saying the U.S. industry has been harmed by unfair practices.

Record-high lumber prices keep Canadian lumber industry strong, despite duties

Record-high lumber prices keep Canadian lumber industry strong, despite duties

With record-high lumber prices and urgent demand from U.S. builders, Canadian lumber firms haven’t had to lay off staff or cut production at all, despite substantial duties on U.S.-bound lumber.

Upside down Christmas tree trend going viral - but comes with a steep price tag

Upside down Christmas tree trend going viral – but comes with a steep price tag

For those who like to upend holiday traditions, this trend is for you: the upside down Christmas tree.

As needles fall, so does price of beetle-killed pines

As needles fall, so does price of beetle-killed pines

Montanans have grown accustomed to seeing forests turn from green to red to gray as a mountain pine beetle infestation works its way across the landscape.

Wood from Rockefeller Christmas trees used in Newburgh homes

Wood from Rockefeller Christmas trees used in Newburgh homes

Old Rockefeller Center Christmas trees never really die, they just get built into the wall frames and floor supports of affordable homes.

Timber industry expert talks about forest issues

Timber industry expert talks about forest issues

The third and last talk in the recent lecture series being held at the North Valley Library in Stevensville featured Pyramid Mountain Lumber Resource Manager Gordy Sanders.

Today’s timber markets: Who will buy the low-grade wood?

Today’s timber markets: Who will buy the low-grade wood?

Van Webb, a logger and farmer from Sunapee, harvested from a mostly white pine lot on a 57-acre property in Unity, N.H., in 2016.

Handmade entry hopes to break into high-end ski market

Handmade entry hopes to break into high-end ski market

George Gaines was a three- or four-times-a-year skier when he decided to rethink the whole recipe of ski design.