Many different varieties of the tree grow in the Alps and these species exist in other forests and countries of the European Union too. So what are the different species used for? Damien Lozach, the coordinator for Bois des Alpes, is a specialist in timber from the Alps has answers in this Euronews video. So what are the different species used for?
Weyerhaeuser Company completed the acquisition of 80,800 acres of high-quality timberlands in North and South Carolina from a fund managed by Campbell Global for approximately $265 million. The transaction was announced in April 2022.
In 1863, two men discovered what they believed was a 1626 shipwreck off Cape Cod. New research indicates they were right. New analysis links timbers to the legendary Pilgrim-era boat Sparrow-Hawk — the oldest known shipwreck of Colonial America.
The preliminary determination of a combined anti-subsidy and anti-dumping duty rate of 11.64% in the third annual review of traded Canadian softwood lumber imports into the United States.
A fire that started on a cargo ship carrying timber off Sweden's west coast on Saturday, Dec. 4 was still raging on Thursday, and thermal imaging is leading authorities to worry that the fire is spreading to the ship itself. A ship with more than 600 tons of fuel onboard.
Canadian officials have called the decision to increase duties on Canadian software is unfair and unacceptable.
Olympia, Wash. – The Washington Forest Protection Association (WFPA) Executive Committee has selected Jason Spadaro as its executive director. This action follows Spadaro’s acceptance of the WFPA interim Executive Director role in July shortly after the sudden passing of then Executive Director Mark Doumit.
If a Smartphone could recognize a human face, couldn’t they recognize logs from a photo? That was the question asked by the creators of the Timbeter app. The application works by taking a photo of a timber pile or container truck of logs and the Timbeter does the number crunching.