Full Speed Ahead For Hatton-Brown Publishers

Full Speed Ahead For Hatton-Brown Publishers Hatton-Brown Publishers Inc. released a statement regarding its operations during the coronavirus crisis as follows: “As we all deal with personal, family and employee health concerns brought on by the coronavirus crisis,...

Copley Addresses Southern Pine Developments

Copley Addresses Southern Pine Developments Andrew Copley, senior analyst with Forisk Consulting, spoke on North American Timberland and Forest Industry Capital Investment Trends during the recent Wood Bioenergy Conference & Expo in Atlanta. He noted that...

Pete Madden Becomes U.S. Endowment President

Pete Madden Becomes U.S. Endowment President U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities announced that Pete Madden is the new President. Madden joins the Endowment with more than 30 years of experience in the forest sector. He has held roles in land management,...

Washington State Hit With Three Lawsuits

Washington State Hit With Three Lawsuits Following the late 2019 release of a plan to conserve marbled murrelet habitat on state-owned timberland, the Washington Dept. of Natural Resources (DNR) has been hit by three lawsuits, two claiming that DNR is abandoning its...

R-Y Timber Juggles Sawmill Production

R-Y Timber Juggles Sawmill Production Officials with RY Timber in Townsend, Mont. announced the company would indefinitely close its Townsend sawmill, and in turn expand operations at its Livingston, Mont. facility. The closure is expected to begin in April and affect...

U.S. Commerce Looks At Moldings, Millwork

U.S. Commerce Looks At Moldings, Millwork U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced the initiation of new investigations to determine whether wood moldings and millwork products from Brazil and China are being dumped in the United States, and to determine if...