May/June 2022

ON THE COVER
Tioga Logging field testing the Tigercat 180

 A Simple Plan in a Complicated World
According to Ray Driscoll, owner and operator of Wood River Timber in Klamath Falls, setting out on a logging career path “just happened.”

Tioga Logging – Spearheads Tigercat 180 Field Testing
Extracting timber from steep hillsides has become more challenging and more expensive. To that end, Tigercat Industries developed its first model for cable logging operations: the Tigercat 180 swing yarder.

Firebreak Column – Putting Infrastructure Cash to Work
The federal government is finally implementing Confronting the Wildfire Crisis: A Strategy for Protecting Communities Resilience in America’s Forests.

Third-Generation Loggers
Founded in 1953, Hiett Logging is a third-generation logging company that operates out of Skagit County, Washington.

Restoring Forests to a Natural and Healthy State
According to Connor Craig, the owner of Wildfire Home Protection and Wildfire Safe, the best wildland firefighting is done before a potentially catastrophic wildfire threatens forests and other wildlands.

All Around Logging Mean All Around Customer Service
All Around Logging LLC was selected the 2021 Northwest Oregon Operator of the Year. Principal owner Aaron Silbernagel feels he was simply doing what he is supposed to do.

Tech Review - Drones
A look at a variety of drones on the market and services companies provide.

Guest Column – Why Anti-forestry’s Fight over Old Growth Won’t Work this Time
As if the old Timber Wars never ended, anti-forestry groups are waging a new well-funded and organized campaign to ban logging of “old-growth” forests.

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