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February/March 1996 Table of Contents

Forestry's Green Warrior
Greenpeace co-founder Dr. Patrick Moore now works for change from within the industry.

Dunkley Lumber
A look at one of Canada's most sophisticated small-log mills.

Paul Creek Slicing
A BC slicing plant finds a growing market for facing stock.

LSJ SPECIAL REPORT
Jim Stirling reports on forestry in BC's Queen Charlotte Islands. >

Market Outlook
Solid wood analysts look at 1996-97 market portents.

New Life for Old Iron
An NB firm converts JD skidders into ground-friendly forwarders.

Unique Specialty Mill
A visit to a BC plant that produces temple wood for Asian customers.

China In Transition
Will China's growing economy equal added lumber imports?

TECH UPDATE
This month: Truck mounted trailers and log/equipment trailers.

Forest Management
Canfor launches a new study on the impact of partial cutting.

Industry Watch
Engineered lumber products are rapidly replacing wider-width and longer-length lumber

Harvesting: TimberJack/Pierce Harvester/Processor
Newly introduced TimberJack 608 with a 25" Pearce harvester/processor

Forest Expo

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