We’re Learning A Lot About What We Can Do

We’re Learning A Lot About What We Can Do

We’re Learning A Lot About What We Can Do Article by Rich Donnell, Editor-in-Chief, Timber Processing June 2020 A special thank you goes out to the nearly 200 softwood and hardwood lumbermen who completed our annual Sawmill Operations & Capital Expenditure...
Remaining Hopeful

Remaining Hopeful

Remaining Hopeful Article by Jessica Johnson, Senior Associate Editor, Timber Processing May 2020 I’m what you would call “that girl.” You know the type – the ones that are perpetually chatty; the ones that are happy; the extroverted...
We’re Learning A Lot About What We Can Do

Our Industry Is On A Mission

Our Industry Is On A Mission Article by Rich Donnell, Editor-in-Chief, Timber Processing April 2020 If you’re looking for optimism during the coronavirus crisis, you might turn to page 54. It’s the same “coming events” listing page that runs in every issue. That’s the...
We’re Learning A Lot About What We Can Do

What Is An Encoder Anyway?

What Is An Encoder Anyway? Article by Rich Donnell, Editor-in-Chief, Timber Processing March 2020 We’ve been having some fun with sawmill terminology lately. We always so when we hire a new editor fresh out of college, who has been a sportswriter, and who is much more...
Family Matters To Fritz Mason

Family Matters To Fritz Mason

Family Matters To Fritz Mason Article by Jessica Johnson, Senior Associate Editor, Timber Processing January/February 2020 It’s time for the 32nd annual announcement of the Timber Processing Person of the Year—a time that always excites me. I am a bit of a person of...
99 Years And Counting

99 Years And Counting

99 Years And Counting Article by David Abbott, Senior Associate Editor, Timber Processing November 2019 “Gee, ain’t it funny how time slips away,” Willie Nelson sings in what is probably one of the great American songwriter’s less well remembered gems. Willie is...