Oregon Salamander Lives With Logging

Oregon Salamander Lives With Logging Following a seven-year study of 88 timber tracts across Oregon’s western Cascade Range, researchers have concluded no “discernable difference” in populations and occupancy of a rare salamander on recently harvested stands...

Sierra Pacific Foundation Grants Scholarships

Sierra Pacific Foundation Grants Scholarships The Sierra Pacific Foundation is awarding over $618,000 in scholarships to 200 students as they attend colleges, universities and trade schools during 2020-21 school year. “It is both an honor and privilege for our family...

SmartLam Teams With RedBuilt

SmartLam Teams With RedBuilt  SmartLam North America and RedBuilt announced a partnership to supply cross-laminated timber (CLT) products and solutions to architects, engineers and contractors for projects using the mass timber building technology. RedBuilt will serve...

Survey Says: Lumbermen Are Feeling The COVID-19 Pinch

Survey Says: Lumbermen Are Feeling The COVID-19 Pinch As part of the June issue of Timber Processing, the 2020 Sawmill Operations and Capital Expenditure Survey included a special set of questions relating directly to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, which at the...

Combilift Steps Up With Combi-Ventilate

Combilift Steps Up With Combi-Ventilate Irish manufacturer Combilift, best known for its range of space-saving forklifts and other handling solutions, has drawn on its expertise in engineering and software design to develop the Combi-Ventilate, a splitter device which...

Bill Would Boost Rural Communities

Bill Would Boost Rural Communities The 21st Century Conservation Corps for Our Health and Our Jobs Act recently introduced by U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) provides more than $15 billion for a wide variety of public lands projects that benefit rural communities and...