Ontario's SFL holders are leery of the recently
announced mandatory third-party certification they will have to put in
place by 2007.
Tech Update: Bucking and Merchandizing
What you need to know about the latest.
coast to another
BC contractor Timberline Enterprises expanded far
afield earlier this year when it took on timber clean-up work for
Weyerhaeuser in North Caroline.
Ensuring chain of custody
Chain of custody plays a major role in
maintaining consumer confidence in certification programs, says Paul
McFarlane of the University of British Columbia.
Ontario's new white
A new $6 million white birch sawmill in Temagami,
Ontario is doing primary manufacturing, but also has an eye to do
remanufacturing down the road.
Masters Forestry, the CWF Outstanding Logging
Contractor of the Year, has a winning formula with its strong emphasis
on team effort and good traning.
Nova Scotia's Barrett
Lumber is finding its land and forests have come under pressure from
urban development, and more recently, damage from Hurricane Juan.
Cleaning up after
A massive clean-up of blowdown timber is
north-western Ontario is coming to an end, marking a successful
effort by logging contractors
Major $50M mill
Dunkley Lumber is moving ahead with a major $50
million mill investment in the BC Interior.
It was another
successful show at Forest Expo in Prince George, BC, with a wide
array of equipment displayed.
New and Noted at
Forest Expo 2004
What's new in harvesting equipment and