Timber Harvesting

Summary

  • 25 Companies
  • 2 Patents
  • 11 Use Cases
  • 24 Case Studies
  • 236 Science Papers
  • Total Funding

Companies

#Organisation NameIndustriesHeadquarterDescriptionFounded YearCompany TypeNum of Employees
1
Paper and Forest Products
Fibre Excellence is a leader in the French forest products industry, with pulp production, biomass energy production, and timber harvesting operations. Headquartered in Labège, France, our goods reach customers in France, Europe, and beyond. Our core values of accountability, trust, pragmatism and innovation drive everything we do. We are deeply committed to championing the sustainability of our sector, and our products are entirely derived from locally harvested and PEFC certified wood. Fibre Excellence employs more than 600 people, therefore supporting local communities throughout the country with an economic impact of nearly €650 million each year. Our mills in the Bouche du Rhones and Haute-Garonne regions are located at the heart of the French paper industry, and it is this rich history and the strong expertise of our people that makes us the leader in our sector in France.
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Privately Held
187
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Environmental Services
Stirling, Scotland
Tilhill Forestry is the UK market leader in forest and woodland management. We undertake any aspect of woodland management to help customers maximise their property’s potential. We are also the UK’s leading timber harvesting and marketing company and the first forestry company in the UK to extend the scope of its Forest Stewardship Council’s Chain of Custody certification to include the sale of both Certified and Controlled Wood. All timber harvested and sold by us can be traced back to its origin and has been legally felled. In addition, by leveraging our unique position in the biomass supply chain we are able to work with clients to provide solutions and opportunities in all types of wood and biomass resource. We are fully ISO accredited with ISO 9001:2008 (Quality Management), ISO 14001 (Environmental Management) and OHSAS 18001 (Health and Safety standards). The quality of our safety management processes and incident records have been regularly recognised at the highest level by the annual RoSPA Awards. On 1st September 2015 BSW Timber Limted acquired Tilhill Forestry Limited from UPM. The acquisition marks the beginning of a strengthened partnership in the forest industry that will deliver quality from beginning to end. From creating new forests through to producing timber end products.
1948
Privately Held
180
3
Construction
Millheim, Pennsylvania
A.M. Logging provides land clearing, timber harvesting, excavating and chipping/grinding services for Pennsylvania. We serve the private sector, agricultural and commercial industries, and government entities. We are proud to provide premium results and quality products while keeping our environmental impact to a minimum. Whether your project is large or small, we have the experience and equipment needed to get it done right. Give us a call for your next timber or land clearing project.
2007
Sole Proprietorship
3
4
Paper and Forest Products
Frankfort, Maine
As a third generation logging contractor W.C. Tripp Forest Products has the experience, history, and knowledge to maximize your timber harvest with the least waste. Our methods will leave your forest healthier and actively regenerating to produce another harvest in years to come. We work within our own staff as well as with other logging and forestry professionals to develop the best plans for timber harvesting and biomass production.
1995
Public Company
2
5
Construction
Negaunee, Michigan
Carey is a family owned and operated company that was started in 1980 by Jim Carey as a logging company that harvested timber all over the UP of Michigan and northern Wisconsin. Thanks to our experience in the forest products industry and our true grit attitude and workforce, we have evolved into a diversified company that is capable of performing projects both large scale and small. Our team currently has 6 divisions- Septic System Services, Timber harvesting, Land/ROW clearing, Trucking solutions, Resource/Environmental Management, and excavation services.
1980
Privately Held
29
6
Paper and Forest Products
Proctorville, North Carolina
For more than 65 years, Claybourn Walters Logging Company, Inc. has been proudly serving landowners with a full array of forestry and brokerage services. Our professional land and timber buyers are located throughout the Carolinas and are available to assist with any of your timber harvesting needs. Over six decades of industry experience has awarded us an unrivaled reputation for quality, value and integrity.
1950
Privately Held
14
7
Paper and Forest Products
Vancouver, BC
The Truck Loggers Association (TLA) is the official voice of independent forest contractors located throughout British Columbia. The TLA advocates on behalf of independent forest contractors about the changes taking place in society and the forest industry, and shares information about new forestry machines, methods and technology. The TLA was formed in 1943 to give independent timber harvesting contractors a collective voice in the changes taking place in society and the forest industry. The TLA now represents independent harvesting contractors, independent sawmills, small tenure holders and industry suppliers located across BC. With more than 480 member companies, the TLA continues to be an influential voice in the province.
1943
Nonprofit
10
8
Paper and Forest Products
Camden, South Carolina
Bellwether Forest Products is an integrated wood supply company based in Columbia, South Carolina and operating throughout South Carolina. Founded in 2006, Bellwether has grown into one of the SEs most progressive timber harvesting companies, pushing forward important initiatives in technology, recruiting, professionalism, and safety. Our teams deliver nearly 20,000 truckloads of timber each year to 40+ wood consuming markets across South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia.
2006
Partnership
8
9
Renewables and Environment
Mitchell, Indiana
Indiana Timber and Veneer is a local, family-owned business that buys standing timber and timberland. Although the company was founded in 2011, it is owned by the Wright family who has been in the sawmill and logging business for over 40 years. ITV focuses on green logging practices to promote sustainable forests. This doesn’t just protect the environment—it ensures landowners will get even more profit from future timber harvesting.
2011
Partnership
5
10
Environmental Services
Gainesville, FL
Columbia Timber and Environmental Services is a full service land and property management company founded in 1989. Services include land procurement, land sales, timber harvesting, reforestation, restoration, wetland delineation, Phase I environmental audits, threatened and endangered species, exotic specie removals, road building, hunting lease management, and expert witness.
1989
Privately Held
2

Patents

#NumberTitleAbstractDateKindAssigneeInventor
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6 067 878
System and method for restricting gear shift operation in timber harvesting tractors
A system for automatically preventing gear shift operation in a timber harvesting tractor when the tractor is moving. The system includes a drive train powered by a transmission. The drive train includes a transfer case which is shifted by the operator of the tractor through manipulation of an electrical control circuit. The electrical control circuit is rendered ineffective to shift the transfer case when the drive train is being driven by the transmission and the tractor is moving.
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Blount, Inc.
Chad K. Jorgensen
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5 655 584
Timber harvesting apparatus and methods
Timber harvesting apparatus and methods for use in swampland utilizing an amphibious feller-buncher, an amphibious de-limber, an amphibious log carrier, and an amphibious service vehicle.
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Environmental Timber Management, Inc.
Steven Fuller Glawson

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Science

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Top 10 cited papers

#Paper TitlePaper AbstractAuthorsFields of StudyYearCitation Count
1
Impacts of Timber Harvesting on Soil Organic Matter, Nitrogen, Productivity, and Health of Inland Northwest Forests
Soil organic components are important factors in the health and productivity of Inland Northwest forests. Timber harvesting and extensive site preparation (piling, windrowing, or scalping) reduces the amgun t of surface organic material (woody residues and forest floor layers) over large areas. Some wildfires and severe prescribed burns can have similar consequences. Such organic matter reductions can have important implications for soil chemical, biological and physical properties. A number of studies have linked substantial reduction in mycorrhizae development and tree growth to high levels of soil disturbance, or removal of organic horizons. Timber harvesting also removes a large percentage of coarse woody debris, which has unknown ramifications on soil productivity. Current woody residue guidelines in this region recommend leaving 500 kg ha-1) can also be lost from timber harvesting and site preparation, especially when using prescribed fire. The time required to replace this lost nitrogen may range from 275 yr, and depends on the severity of site treatments, presence or absence of nitrogen-fixing plants, and amounts of atmospheric deposition. Maintaining adequate amounts of organic matter on some forest sites in the Inland Northwest may temporarily increase the risk of wildfire or favor the activity of certain insects or disease fungi. However, carefully planned prescribed burns and mechanical site preparation can be practiced on most sites with relatively low impacts on soil organic levels, while accomplishing the important forest manage- ment objectives of fuel reduction, seedbed preparation, and reducing competing vegetation. Organic matter management will be the most difficult on very dry sites, with their historically low soil organic and nitrogen content, and high fire potential. The maintenance of adequate soil organic matter levels is critical for sustaining forest health and productivity under the variable moisture and temperature conditions of this region. Thus, soil organic components will become more important in the future as ecosystem management systems are developed for western forests. For. Sci. 43(2):234-251.
Environmental Science
1997
268
2
Impact of timber harvesting and production on streams: A review
Timber harvesting operations have significant effects on both water quantity and water quality. The effects on water quantity have been well documented both in Australia and elsewhere. The effects on water quality are less widely appreciated, and include elevated concentrations of dissolved salts, suspended solids and nutrients, especially during peak flow periods. Several Australian studies have failed to measure peak flow transport of suspended solids, or have measured it inadequately, thus severely underestimating transport. The major short-term effects of timber harvesting on the aquatic biota result from increased sediment input into streams or increased light through damage to, or removal of, the riparian vegetation. Sediment which settles on, or penetrates into, the stream bed is of more concern than suspended sediment, and can lead to long-term deleterious changes to fish and invertebrate populations. Increased light causes an increase in stream primary production which may increase invertebrate densities, and alter community composition. These biological consequences have not yet been adequately investigated in Australia. Longer-term effects, as yet not investigated in Australia, include changes to stream structure as the regrowth forest has fewer large logs to fall into the stream. These large logs play a major role as habitat and retention structures in streams. There has been no attempt to evaluate the effects of timber production activities, including pesticide use and fuel reduction burning, on the Australian stream biota. Likewise, although buffer zones are widely advocated as a protection measure for streams in Australia, there have been no studies to evaluate their effectiveness.
Biology, Environmental Science
1989
204
3
Effects of timber harvesting on marten in Maine
The influence of timber harvesting upon marten (Martes a. americana) was studied in sprucefir-hardwood forests in the Moosehead Lake Region, Maine, during 1974-77. Partial harvesting and commercial clear-cutting were examined. In the partially harvested forest, basal area was reduced by about 40%. In the commercial clear-cut forest, 50% of the forest was clear-cut and 25% was cut selectively. Density of adult, resident marten averaged 1.2/km2 in the undisturbed and partially harvested forests, but was 0.4/km2 in the commercial clear-cut forest. Home range lengths were longest in the commercial clearcut forest. In undisturbed forests, marten preferred softwood-dominated mixed stands. In the partially harvested forest, tracks were found in all cover types in proportion to the occurrence of the cover types. Marten rarely used the 0to 15-year-old clear-cut areas, but the associated lightly cut hardwood stands and islands of uncut softwoods were heavily used. Of the more common foods eaten by marten, meadow voles (Microtus pennsylvanicus), ground nesting birds, and raspberries (Rubus idaeus) were more abundant in the harvested forests, whereas red-backed vole (Clethrionomys gapperi) numbers were not affected by logging. Harvesting methods that maintain a residual stand of 20-25 m2/ha basal area in pole and larger trees provide adequate habitat for marten. Clear-cuts up to 15 years old are poor marten habitat. J. WILDL. MANAGE. 43(4):850-860 Marten are generally associated with the climax coniferous forest communities of North America (Marshall 1951a, de Vos 1952). The marten's decline in its eastern range has been attributed to destruction of such forests by logging and fire (Aldous and Mendall 1941, Bergerud 1969, Forbes 1970, Dodds and Martell 1971). Timber harvesting continues to be a dominant force in establishing and maintaining seral plant and animal communities in the eastern marten's present and former range. I studied the effects of partial timber harvesting and commercial clear-cutting on a population of marten in the Moosehead Lake Region of Maine during 197477. The findings provide a foundation on which to plan management practices that affect the eastern marten. I am indebted to M. W. Coulter for his guidance during the study and assistance in preparation of the manuscript. Scott Paper Company and the Boise Cascade Corporation provided the study area and access to cover maps and aerial photographs.
Biology, Environmental Science
1979
136
4
Measuring leakage from carbon projects in open economies: a stop timber harvesting project in Bolivia as a case study
This paper develops methods for estimating leakage from forest-based carbon projects that seek to reduce carbon emissions from timber harvesting in tropical forests. A theoretical framework is pres...
Environmental Science, Economics
2004
94
5
An Evidence-Based Review of Timber Harvesting Behavior among Private Woodland Owners
Understanding private woodland owner (PWO) timber harvesting behavior is essential for predicting potential timber supply, as PWOs could be an increasingly important source. This evidence-based review synthesizes more than 100 peer-reviewed articles, government reports, and dissertations from 1970 to 2014 from North America and Europe. Our broad research question was “To what extent is actual PWO timber harvesting behavior understood?” Our objectives were to (1) identify how past research analyzed actual harvesting behavior, (2) describe the evolution of these methods, (3) determine the extent to which previous research linked landowners’ stated intentions to actual harvesting behavior, and (4) evaluate the significant predictors of PWO timber harvesting. This evidence-based review found that parcel size, harvest price, and distance from residence were the most common significant predictors of harvesting intention. Many studies purportedly studied behavior, but most measure stated attitudes without measuring observable harvesting behaviors. A better understanding of PWO behavior will inform timber supply prediction and support forest management outreach.
Business, Psychology
2015
81
6
Urbanization's impact on timber harvesting in the south central United States.
The impact of urbanization on timber harvesting in the south central United States was investigated. Geo-referenced Census and Forest Inventory Analysis (FIA) data were combined using a geographic information system (GIS) in order to examine the effects of various demographic and biophysical forest inventory characteristics on timber harvesting. These effects were estimated for intermediate and final harvests using a multinomial logit model. The probability for both types of harvests decreased with increasing population density, decreasing forest size, and decreasing distance to urban areas; however, the reduction in intermediate harvests was greater for each variable. Harvesting rates decreased by as much as 19% as population densities increased or distance to urban areas decreased. The results indicated that active forest management is curtailed far beyond the urban boundary. In order to model the impact of urbanization adequately, timber supply projections must also account for its impact on harvesting frequencies in surrounding areas.
Medicine, Environmental Science, Geography
2002
73
7
FOG DRIP, WATER YIELD, AND TIMBER HARVESTING IN THE BULL RUN MUNICIPAL WATERSHED, OREGON
Analysis of recent streamflow data from the Fox Creek Experimental Watersheds in the Bull Run Municipal Watershed, Oregon, indicates a significant recovery from the impacts on summer water yield due to a loss of fog drip upon timber harvesting. Measurable impacts and their associated recovery are notable only during the months of June and July. Recovery begins about five or six years following harvest, possibly due to renewed fog drip from prolific revegetation. Watershed positioning with respect to prevailing weather systems and the extent of burning or removal of slash and residual vegetation during logging appear to be important factors in predicting the impact of fog drip reduction associated with planned harvest. Apparently, once the temporary reduction in summer yield is offset by renewed fog drip, the expected increase in yield due to decreased evapotranspiration can be observed. Redistribution of fog drip may be a major factor in the measurements of local interception and water yield.
Agricultural And Food Sciences, Geology, Environmental Science
1985
67
8
Movements of allegheny woodrats in relation to timber harvesting.
The Allegheny woodrat (Neotoma magister) occurs in the Appalachian Mountains, forming colonies in rock outcrops, cliffs, and caves. Populations on the northern and western peripheries of the range have experienced drastic declines in the past 20-30 years. Dependence upon rock outcrops makes Allegheny woodrats vulnerable to land-use practices that alter habitats surrounding colonies. To examine the impacts of timber harvesting on Allegheny woodrat behavior, we radiotracked 37 adults during summer 1998 and 1999 in clearcut, diameter-limit, and intact forest stands in the central Appalachians of West Virginia. Home range size and foraging movements generally,were greatest at diameter-limit sites and smallest in intact forests in 1998, following a poor mast crop. We detected no differences among harvest methods in 1999 when mast was abundant. We believe that when hard mast was scarce, woodrats increased foraging movements and home range size to locate mast or sufficient alternative foods. Additionally, woodrats used clearcut and adjacent forested areas in proportion to availability. Our results suggested that clearcutting has minimal impact on woodrat movements, home range, and habitat use if sufficient intact forest is retained adjacent to colonies. Harvesting methods that selectively remove important mast-producing species may represent the greatest disturbance to Allegheny woodrats from forest management.
Biology, Environmental Science
2001
55
9
Simulating effects of timber harvesting on the temporal and spatial distribution of shallow landslides
A distributed, physically-based slope stability model (dSLAM) was used to analyze the effects of different timber harvesting strategies on slope stability in a steep, forested drainage in the Oregon Coast Ranges. The simulated temporal distribution of landslide occurrence for a single 50% clearcut is consistent with previous empirical findings: most landslides are distributed in a period of about 3-15 yr after the clearcut. Of the 39,000 simulated rainstorms, 82 triggered landslides. Vegetation leave areas, management measures used to reduce landslide occurrence in unstable portions of proposed clearcuts, were evaluated as effective. The simulations indicate that the spatial distribution of failure potential is determined by patterns of timber harvesting and groundwater movement: areas with high failure potential were in sites where root strength is low and groundwater flow concentrates. Finally, results support the hypothesis that geomorphic hollows are positions that have highest potential of landslide occurrence in steep terrain.
Geology, Environmental Science
1999
51
10
Endangered Species and Timber Harvesting: The Case of Red-Cockaded Woodpeckers
This article presents a theoretical framework and empirical evidence on the relationship between regulatory uncertainty induced by the possible invasion of an endangered species--the red-cockaded woodpecker (RCW)--and timber harvesting. The results indicate that landowners whose forests are close to a known or perceived RCW habitat have a high propensity to cut timber and use a clear-cut method. These preemptive actions are apparently aimed at destroying potential RCW habitat so that the existing values of their property could be protected from the Endangered Species Act (ESA)--related land use limitations. (JEL D23, K32, Q23, Q28) Copyright 2004, Oxford University Press.
Environmental Science, Economics
2004
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Use Cases

#TopicPaper TitleYearFields of studyCitationsUse CaseAuthors
1
Timber Harvesting
Lowering the rate of timber harvesting to mitigate impacts of climate change on boreal caribou habitat quality in eastern Canada.
2022
Environmental Science, Medicine
0
mitigate impacts of climate change on boreal caribou habitat quality in eastern canada.
2
Timber Harvesting
IMPLEMENTATION OF LOAN FOR DELAYING TIMBER HARVESTING FOR PRIVATE FOREST IN BLORA REGENCY AND WONOSOBO REGENCIES, CENTRAL JAVA PROVINCE
2020
Business, Political Science
0
private forest in blora regency and wonosobo regencies, central java province
3
Timber Harvesting
Leverage wireless technologies in timber harvesting to enhance operational productivity and business profitability
2020
Business
0
enhance operational productivity and business profitability
4
Timber Harvesting
Structural and compositional responses to timber harvesting for an old-growth forest on Changbai Mountain, China - Short Communication
2018
Environmental Science, Geography
2
an old-growth forest on changbai mountain, china - short communication
5
Timber Harvesting
Policy Effectiveness of Loan for Delaying Timber Harvesting for Smallholder Private Forest in Indonesia
2017
Business, Economics
3
smallholder private forest in indonesia
6
Timber Harvesting
Psychological distance of timber harvesting for private woodland owners
2017
Business, Economics
22
private woodland owners
7
Timber Harvesting
Aquatic Ecosystem Response to Timber Harvesting for the Purpose of Restoring Aspen
2013
Environmental Science, Medicine
3
the purpose of restoring aspen
8
Timber Harvesting
Implications of Streamflow Changes Following Timber Harvesting for TMDL Development in Low-Gradient Forested Headwaters
2010
Environmental Science
0
tmdl development in low-gradient forested headwaters
9
Timber Harvesting
Timber harvesting for the Indigenous arts industry: Lessons from central Arnhem Land, Australia
2004
Environmental Science, Geography
0
the indigenous arts industry: lessons from central arnhem land, australia
10
Timber Harvesting
Sustainable Timber Harvesting to Be Allowed
2001
Engineering, Economics
1
be allowed

Case Studies

#TitleDescriptionPDFYearSource Ranking
1
Case Study For Forestry And Timber Harvesting - Elegant ...
Aug 20, 2021 — The Client designs, plants, protects and maintains forests and provides engineering skills to access timber, as well as advising on funding ...
no
2021
0
2
Applying Theory of Constraints to Timber Harvesting
by MC Kelly · 2020 · Cited by 4 — Extraction distance, m. –. 518 (±217.6). Chainsaw, PMH. 428.8. 9.5 (±9.24). Forwarder, PMH. 236.5. 5.3 (±4.67). Days to complete.
no
2020
190
3
Applying Theory of Constraints to Timber Harvesting - Hrčak
by MC Kelly · 2020 · Cited by 4 — Izvorni znanstveni članak. https://doi.org/10.5552/crojfe.2020.534. Applying Theory of Constraints to Timber Harvesting: A Case Study from the Northeast USA.
no
2020
190
4
Planet Case Study: Timber Harvesting Monitoring in South Africa
Sep 12, 2019 — In this case study, you will learn how one of Planet's customers, Swift Geospatial, leverages Planet data to serve two major forestry ...
no
2019
290
5
Evaluation of labour productivity in timber harvesting operations
by F Nanteza · 2018 — Labour productivity is an important measure to gauge competiveness and efficiency particularly for firms in which the production process is relatively ...
no
2018
250
6
Applying theory of constraints to timber harvesting - Digital ...
by M Kelly · 2017 · Cited by 4 — Kelly, M., & Germain, R. H. (2017). Applying theory of constraints to timber harvesting: A case study from the Northeast USA. Croatian Journal of Forest ...
no
2017
180
7
Financial costs of reduced impact timber harvesting in Indonesia
by GB Applegate · 2002 · Cited by 12 — ... Application of Reduced Impact Logging to Advance Sustainable Forest Management,Kuching (Malaysia),26 Feb - 1 Mar 2001.- ISBN 974-7946-23-8. p. 163-173".
no
2002
970
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Mor-Bell logger: skidding case study [Timber harvesting ...
by BJ Stokes · 1983 — Mor-Bell logger: skidding case study [Timber harvesting machinery, plantation thinning, Pinus taeda, North Carolina]. [1983]. Stokes B.J.; Koger J.L.; ...
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1983
970
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(PDF) Applying Theory of Constraints to Timber Harvesting
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17. Financial costs of reduced impact timber harvesting in ...
In 1999, the industry estimated that it required 1.6 million ha of forest annually for Indonesia to produce about 8 million m3 of plywood, most of which is ...
no
970

Experts

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Sustainable Forestry & Woodland Management, Timber Harvesting & Landscaping - over 70 Years Experience. 🌲🌳🌱 For woodland carbon info visit: @CarbonStoreUk
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TH Magazine
Timber Harvesting Magazine: Foremost Authority For Professional Loggers
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Youtube Channels

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Harvester Forwarder & More: One of the biggest logging channels worldwide! You will watch everything from chainsaws, harvesters, forwarders, yarders to skidders. This is a channel by a forestry student about timber harvesting! I release new stuff every tuesday and friday! Impressum: Rafael Prominczel Forsttechnik Videos Unkommentierte Videos, nicht redaktionelle Inhalte, die kein fernsehähnlicher Inhalt sind und damit nicht unter die Anzeigepflicht nach dem österreichischen Audiovisuelle(n) Mediendienste-Gesetz fallen. Rosenfeld 12 3390 Melk Austria
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FGS was established in 1907 by the same growers who formed the Sunkist marketing cooperative to supply wood for their crates. Now, in addition to supplying Sunkist’s needs, we are open to the public delivering our vertically integrated services to all growers. We manufacture shipping pallets, and corrugated cardboard cartons, create coatings and provide equipment designs, offer irrigation services along with parts and materials, carry a wide array of agricultural supplies in our walk-in stores, and operate a sawmill that produces the lumber used in making our pallets from the timber harvested from our own sustainably managed forests. Whether you grow avocados, grapes, row crops, stone fruits, nuts, or citrus, we can service all of your agricultural needs; passing our low prices onto you while helping increase your efficiency.
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At boobam we create innovative, quality, stylish products for the ecoconscious consumers that want to take steps towards a greener, plastic free, lifestyle that benefits not only them, but also the planet. We believe that a responsible company can and should be the carrier of the change its customers want to create. We use only 100% natural bamboo wood,an environmentally sustainable timber harvested from our suppliers private forest. The boobam toothbrush is our role-model product, one that can solve a critical waste problem and transform its consumer to an ecoconcsious planet hero. ”Be the change you want to see in the world" - Mahatma Gandhi
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A Hatton-Brown Publication Published 6 times a year Timber Harvesting is known for its editorial integrity and depth, equipment and business information, commentary on U.S. wood fiber supply chain and a close alliance with the ALC - lending significance to its unique Logging Business of the Year recognition.
Mon, 21 Nov 2011
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TFS was established in 2015 to market and support new innovative harvesting products for the North American forestry industry. We are dedicated to improving safety in the forestry industry by using cutting edge technology and mechanization. TFS’s founding partners have been in the logging industry for over 50 years and operate a successful and well-respected harvesting operation in Washington and Oregon. The industry is evolving to meet the demands and challenges posed by markets, workforce, safety, and sustainability. Customers rely on our leadership and experience to help them achieve new levels of operational success utilizing the EMS product line. Technical Forest Solutions proudly distributes the EMS Tractionline dual-line winch assist, and the Harvestline interlocked yarder with the Hawkeye motorized grapple carriage. We believe these products, as well as other future products, will help advance the timber harvesting industry.
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Good Hope Inc. is a full service forestry and land management company. We specialize in timber and land purchasing using sustainable harvesting and best management practices. Good Hope is SFI and FSC certified for sustainable chain of custody timber harvesting. Our goal is to use our capabilities and our commitments to meet your timber management needs.
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