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TimberWest January/February 2011

September/October 2012

Making 110 Days Count
Even with a small work window and mounting regulations, Anderson Logging makes it work

One Stop Shop
Adams Logging offers more value for its customers

Woody Biomass Column
An Idea Too Big to Fail

A Forest Industry Cinderella Story
Red Alder – A New Perspective

Green, Greener, Greenest
EPDs verify environmental footprint

Tech Review
Mulchers & Site Prep Equipment

Guest Columnist
Forestry Allies Await Supreme Court Ruling


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Machinery Row

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STIHL Names Warren Sales & Marketing Manager at STIHL Northwest

Dave Warren recently took over as sales and marketing manager for STIHL Northwest, a branch of STIHL Inc. Warren had worked with STIHL Limited, the Canadian subsidiary for the STIHL Group, for 19 years, most recently, as the regional manager for the STIHL branch in the Greater British Columbia area. In his new position, Warren will be responsible for growing the STIHL brand and market share in the Pacific Northwest region, which includes Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Alaska.

“Over the years, I’ve had the chance to build some strong relationships with STIHL dealers, and I look forward to working with a new group of dealers to help progress the STIHL brand in the Northwest region,” said Warren.

Aaron EverettEverett New Deputy Supervisor

Commissioner Goldmark has appointed Aaron Everett to serve as Deputy Supervisor for Forest Practices & Federal Relations. Everett will also continue to serve as Washington State Forester. Everett joined DNR in 2008 as an executive policy specialist focused on forest health and federal lands issues. In 2009, these duties grew to include all federal agency, congressional, and policy affairs. He was appointed by Commissioner Goldmark to the position of State Forester in December 2010. Everett has helped region, division, and Executive Management staff fulfill many important projects.