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Logging and Sawmilling Journal- February 2001

 

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Features:

Spotlight

With a countervail looming, Canada is seeking WTO direction on US export rules.

Forestry in South America

Jim Stirling takes a first-hand look at South American forestry. 

Climbing to Success

BC Company find market niche with stair components.

New Diet

Steady hardwood diet creates challenges for Nighthawk Timber.

A Good Fit

Timbec's value added operation a good fit with its sawmills.

Gaining Momentum

The Northern Alberta Forestry Show, to be held this May, is gaining momentum.

Solid Ground

Ontario particleboard operation on solid ground with upgrade plans.

Government Hang Ups

Innovative logger Rejean Cyr may hang up his boots due to onerous government regulations.

The Energy Crunch

A look at how the forest industry is dealing with higher energy costs.

Innovative Combo

St Anne Nackawic's innovative equipment combination in New Brunswick.

Portland Show Review

Preview of the Wood Technology Show and Clinic in Portland, Oregon.

Solid Wood Practices

Small Sawmiller Bob Ritchie's solid forest practices pay off.

Successful Sticks

Profile of Townsend Lumber and its successful kiln stick operation.

Alberta Wood

Renowned Lodge Showcases Versatile, Durable, Alberta Wood.

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Tech Update- Forestry Schools

Supplier Newsline

Column: Industry Watch  
- Forestry Industry is Lost in The Glare of High Tech

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