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Idaho Producers Supply Mass Timber Arena

Industry stakeholders of all types worked to supply materials for the recently opened ICCU Basketball Arena at the University of Idaho in Moscow. The 4,000 seat facility, which opened in October 2021, incorporates several innovative mass timber elements across some of the longest spans…

Miller Steep Slope Work Passes Muster

Miller Steep Slope Work Passes Muster Profiled a year ago in Timber Harvesting, the Monarch Pass thinning and forest health project near a major Colorado ski area is making good progress and is part of a much larger forest health effort. Counting 2020 and 2021, it’s...

Oregon Proposes Sweeping Forest Practices Changes

Oregon Proposes Sweeping Forest Practices Changes Oregon is embarking on a major change to the Oregon Forest Practices Act after an agreement reached by preservationist and timber industry groups was announced in late October. Changes to the act will deliver a variety...

Bandit Announces Major Expansions

Bandit Announces Major Expansions Bandit Industries plans to build three new production facilities and expand an existing plant in 2022. That is in addition to four building expansions in 2021, one that is completed and three more that are currently under...

2021 Logging Business Of The Year Award

2021 Logging Business Of The Year Award Tim Curran of Seaway Timber Harvesting, left, accepts 2021 Logging Business of the Year award from Timber Harvesting magazine Managing Editor Dan Shell during the American Loggers Council annual meeting in Coeur d’Alene,...

American Loggers Council Annual Meeting 2021 Highlights

American Loggers Council Annual Meeting 2021 Highlights Held in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, loggers from around the country gathered for the American Loggers Council (ALC)’s annual meeting October 7-9, 2021. The weekend provided a full slate of activities for those looking...

Lussier New Team Safe Trucking President

Lussier New Team Safe Trucking President Team Safe Trucking (TST) named Robert Lussier its new president on October 6, 2021 during TST’s annual meeting preceding the American Loggers Council meeting in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Lussier, owner of Great Woods...

GLTPA Expo Hosts Barko Loader Contest

GLTPA Expo Hosts Barko Loader Contest As part of the Great Lakes Timber Professionals Assn. (GLTPA) Logging & Heavy Equipment Expo in Escanaba, Mich., Barko held a loader contest that tested the operating skills of participants by requiring them to move six logs...

Deere Purchases Robotics Company

Deere Purchases Robotics Company In August 2021, Deere agreed to purchase California-based Bear Flag Robotics, an agricultural technology company specializing in autonomous tractors, for $250 million. Specifically, technologies developed by Bear Flag Robotics allow...

Forest Service Helps Defend 9/11 Witness Trees

Twenty years have passed since the 9/11 attacks, yet there’s a feeling of permanence in a hemlock grove that stands where so many lives were lost that day in southwestern Pennsylvania. Here, the Flight 93 National Memorial draws visitors to the grove’s almost...
Idaho Producers Supply Mass Timber Arena

Idaho Producers Supply Mass Timber Arena

Industry stakeholders of all types worked to supply materials for the recently opened ICCU Basketball Arena at the University of Idaho in Moscow. The 4,000 seat facility, which opened in October 2021, incorporates several innovative mass timber elements across some of the longest spans…

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Miller Steep Slope Work Passes Muster

Miller Steep Slope Work Passes Muster

Miller Steep Slope Work Passes MusterProfiled a year ago in Timber Harvesting, the Monarch Pass thinning and forest health project near a major Colorado ski area is making good progress and is part of a much larger forest health effort. Counting 2020 and 2021, it’s...

read more
Oregon Proposes Sweeping Forest Practices Changes

Oregon Proposes Sweeping Forest Practices Changes

Oregon Proposes Sweeping Forest Practices ChangesOregon is embarking on a major change to the Oregon Forest Practices Act after an agreement reached by preservationist and timber industry groups was announced in late October. Changes to the act will deliver a variety...

read more
Bandit Announces Major Expansions

Bandit Announces Major Expansions

Bandit Announces Major ExpansionsBandit Industries plans to build three new production facilities and expand an existing plant in 2022. That is in addition to four building expansions in 2021, one that is completed and three more that are currently under construction....

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2021 Logging Business Of The Year Award

2021 Logging Business Of The Year Award

2021 Logging Business Of The Year Award Tim Curran of Seaway Timber Harvesting, left, accepts 2021 Logging Business of the Year award from Timber Harvesting magazine Managing Editor Dan Shell during the American Loggers Council annual meeting in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho...

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American Loggers Council Annual Meeting 2021 Highlights

American Loggers Council Annual Meeting 2021 Highlights

American Loggers Council Annual Meeting 2021 HighlightsHeld in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, loggers from around the country gathered for the American Loggers Council (ALC)’s annual meeting October 7-9, 2021. The weekend provided a full slate of activities for those looking...

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New Features From Tigercat: RemoteLog, LogOn

New Features From Tigercat: RemoteLog, LogOn

New Features From Tigercat: RemoteLog, LogOnTigercat offers new features on its powerful RemoteLog and LogOn telematics system. Using the same satellite connection as RemoteLog, machine operators or technicians may now send and receive simple text messages when no...

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New From Maxam: MS933 LOGXTRA

New From Maxam: MS933 LOGXTRA

New From Maxam: MS933 LOGXTRAAdding two new sizes to its forestry lineup, the 73x44.00-32 and 73x50.00-32, Maxam debuts the complete range of the MS933 LOGXTRA, high flotation tire. The MS933 LOGXTRA was designed with a high-strength, belt-stabilized construction to...

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