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The Edge: Partial harvest systems to meet specific management objectives within boreal mixedwood and pure softwood stands

The Canadian Wood Fibre Centre (CWFC) technical development group of the Canadian Forest Service (CFS) and their partners have a history of developing innovative partial harvest systems that address issues of forest managers in the Prairies. Here are a few options available to industry to address the current and anticipated consequences of a changing climate, as well as to help maintain a sustainable fibre supply as Canada continues to transition to managed forests.

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Gem Chain Bar Focused on Innovation

Gem Chain Bar supplies global customers with harvester bars, replacement tips, sprockets, chain, and chain loops. The company is based in Grangeville, which is located in the lower half of the Idaho panhandle, just below the southeast corner of the Nez Perce Reservation. Gem Chain Bar employs 30 people working in two buildings with about 10,000 square feet under roof. Annual sales are in the range of multi-millions.

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B.C.’s DENT Construction has been involved with some of the biggest construction jobs in B.C. in recent years, including clearing work for one of the largest construction projects in Canadian history—the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project.

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Gem Chain Bar Focused on Innovation

Gem Chain Bar Focused on Innovation

Gem Chain Bar supplies global customers with harvester bars, replacement tips, sprockets, chain, and chain loops. The company is based in Grangeville, which is located in the lower half of the Idaho panhandle, just below the southeast corner of the Nez Perce Reservation. Gem Chain Bar employs 30 people working in two buildings with about 10,000 square feet under roof. Annual sales are in the range of multi-millions.

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The Edge: Partial harvest systems to meet specific management objectives within boreal mixedwood and pure softwood stands

The Edge: Partial harvest systems to meet specific management objectives within boreal mixedwood and pure softwood stands

The Canadian Wood Fibre Centre (CWFC) technical development group of the Canadian Forest Service (CFS) and their partners have a history of developing innovative partial harvest systems that address issues of forest managers in the Prairies. Here are a few options available to industry to address the current and anticipated consequences of a changing climate, as well as to help maintain a sustainable fibre supply as Canada continues to transition to managed forests.

read more
New and Noted at Atlantic Heavy Equipment Show

New and Noted at Atlantic Heavy Equipment Show

It was another success for the Maritime Provinces’ largest showcase of heavy equipment machinery, the Atlantic Heavy Equipment Show, held at the Moncton Coliseum in late-March. Attendees included key decision makers and purchasers, looking to upgrade their fleet and view the many pieces of equipment on the show floor. The show is considered a must-attend event for anyone involved with heavy equipment.

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Clearing for Canada’s Energy Future

Clearing for Canada’s Energy Future

B.C.’s DENT Construction has been involved with some of the biggest construction jobs in B.C. in recent years, including clearing work for one of the largest construction projects in Canadian history—the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project.