Articles you will find in this quarter’s newsletter cover subjects about the survival or extinction of the American chestnut tree, best management practices for water diversion structures, the second part of problems with managing hardwood plantations — and yes, the … Continue reading
In this edition, read about the benefits of having a management plan for your woodland property, the 2015 Teacher’s Conservation Workshop, Problems with managing hardwood plantations, and a “mystery”. Click on the post and then the live LINK to read … Continue reading
See what happened to Mississippi timber prices during the 4th quarter of 2015 – all prices up except pine sawtimber, which decreased slightly. Click on the post, and then on the live LINK to view the full report.
See what was happening in the 3rd Quarter of 2015 – All sawtimber prices up; pine pulp and chip-n-saw down. Click on the post and then on the live LINK to view the full report.
A short course for homeowners, landowners, foresters, loggers, policy makers.Forest management entails risk. Extreme Weather is one risk factor. Becoming aware of risks can help landowners plan for them. Category 1 CFE and CLE credits are available for registered foresters … Continue reading
© Photo: M. Zarate Source: Tropical Plant Guides http://fm2.fieldmuseum.org/plantguides/view.asp?chkbox=22742 This tree is found in the montane rainforests of South America and is classified as a near threatened species by the IUCN. Trees can reach over 60 ft. high with linear-lanceolate shaped evergreen … Continue reading