Nov Dec, 2002

 

 

 

 

Year in Review

JANUARY, 2002
AN INSURANCE POLICY HAS BEEN DEVELOPED FOR WOOD’S FUTURE – Guest column by Kelly McCloskey, overseer of Wood Promotion Network, pg. 2
BEST OF BOTH WORLDS
– Medici Logging keeps a foot in the past but an eye to the future By Kurt Glaeseman, pg. 8
THERE’S A NEW SHERIFF IN TOWN – Kristine Gittins becomes Triad’s new president and possibly the first woman to head a forestry equipment company By Diane Mettler, pg. 18
TREADING THE BOARDS – Wozich’s community involvement and flexibility has a positive effect on Commercial Thinning Systems Inc.’s bottom line By Kurt Glaeseman, pg. 22

MARCH/APRIL, 2002

WHEN MYTHOLOGY DRIVES FOREST POLICY – Guest column by Donn Shea, president of the California Forest Products Commission, pg. 2
THE RIGHT HEAD TO STAY AHEAD – Manpower, mechanization and maintenance are the driving forces behind Bob Danielson’s operations By Barbara Coyner, pg. 10.
JOSEPH TIMBER CO. – Unique efforts to keep mill alive By Tim Buckley, pg. 20 CERTIFICATION OF TIMBER LANDS AND TIMBER PRODUCTS – A look at the various certifications By Tim Buckley, pg. 26

JULY/AUGUST, 2002

THINNING DOWN WILDFIRES – Wildland fire fuels treatment trials at Idaho City By Barbara Coyner, pg. 2 2002/2003

BUYER’S Guide & Directory, pg. 8

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER, 2002 SMALL & MOBILE Harmon Logging finds a profitable niche By Kurt Glaeseman, pg. 8
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE & MINIMIZING DOWNTIME A computerized maintenance system at a Pope & Talbot operation helps the company keep downtime to a minimum By Paul MacDonald, Pg.12 CLEANING UP Jack Brown Logging snags forest management jobs with his Slashbusters® By Morley Young, pg. 24
TOOLS OF THE FUTURE Future trends in small milling, dehumidification drying and mulching By Carl Clayton, Pg. 26
CHAIN OPTIONS Loggers have alternatives to achieving low ground disturbance By Tony Kryzanowski, Pg. 30

FEBRUARY, 2002

IT’S ABOUT MORE THAN TREES - Cross & Crown Inc. invests in their company, their community and the health of the logging industry By Kurt Glaeseman, pg. 64

OREGON LOGGING CONFERENCE SHOW GUIDE, pg. 6

WARTIME IN THE WOODS - A history look at WWI and WWII and its effects on the logging industry By Joni Sensel, pg. 69

MAY/JUNE, 2002
ROGEL’S REASONING
– Guest column by Michael J. Parks, publisher and editor of Marple’s Business Newsletter, pg. 2
HARVESTING FROM OVERHEAD
– Heli-harvester inventor delivers an economical alternative to heli-logging in extreme conditions. By Tony Kryzanowski, pg. 6. TOP LOGGERS IN THE WEST – Loggers ranked by board feet produced, pg. 10 LOG
LOADER & FELLER-BUNCHER SPECIFICATION CHART
, pg. 13
INVESTING IN THE FUTURE
– Committed to the future, Crown Pacific updates its mill, By Kurt Glaeseman, pg. 26 LOG DELIMBING – The Forespro delimber receives its share of attention at recent demo, By Jim Sterling, pg. 35

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER, 2002 15,000 HOURS AND STILL GOING – The longevity of a Keto head helps contractor Jeff Rohr stay in the game By Jack Petree, pg. 6
OUNCE OF PREVENTION WORTH A POUND OF CURE – Tire maintenance a must for forestry equipment By Tony Kryzanowski, pg. 16
FOREST STEWARDSHIP IN ACTION – Idaho Contractor Mike Reynolds, helps community tackle 7,200 acre stewardship project, By Barbara Coyner, pg. 24 HARVESTING AND FELLING HEADS – A review of the diverse heads on the market, pg. 27
IMPLEMENTING JUSTICE THROUGH TERROR & DESTRUCTION, Guest column by Kelly Stoner, director of Stop Eco-Violence!, pg. 40

 

 

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