March/April 2018

On the Cover
Lindsay Mohlere captures a John Deere 2154 working in an Idaho forest.

A Legacy Going Strong
Starting out as far back as Idaho statehood, the Brown family has carried the logging tradition into the fifth generation.

Finding Success in the Residuals Market
Wood shavings may be regarded as a waste product, but for Gem Shavings, supplying animal bedding has proven to be a successful business model.

Eastside Challenges of Modern Day Logging
Kreige Logging understands that overcoming challenges is part of running a successful business.

Sawmill Training Takes a Seat in the Classroom
Five wood products manufacturing companies have teamed up with North Idaho College and Lewis-Clark State College to gather $482,582 for sawmill training.

The Fix Is in! ... Or Is It?
Congress passed a $1.3 trillion omnibus budget that has solved the “fire borrowing” conundrum that has plagued the Forest Service for years.

Focus on Building Leadership
Intermountain Logging Conference review.

2018 OLC Pictorial Review
A look at the highlights of the recent conference.

Guest Column: Forestry’s Best Days are Yet to Come. Here’s Why.
Nick Smith of Healthy Forests, Healthy Communities explains what lays ahead for the industry.

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