Sale of Revolutionary War Battle Site in South Carolina Opens Another Stop on the Liberty Trail

Few people can say they spend their workdays following the footsteps of Revolutionary War heroes. But for decades, foresters in our South Carolina timberlands have done exactly that. ... Read More
November 16, 2021

Tricia Quinn Floats Into the Maine Forestry Hall of Fame

There was a new sight at the annual Logging Festival in Rangeley, Maine, this July. The parade float from the Maine Forestry Museum — pulled by an old skidder — carried four female foresters who had just been inducted into the Maine Forestry Museum Hall of Fame. ... Read More
November 16, 2021

After 2020 Wildfires in Oregon, Dogged Work to Replant and Restore Our Forests Shows Encouraging Results

Earlier this year, a log truck full of fire-salvaged timber wound its way down the mainline road at our Clackamas, Oregon, tree farm. It was one of about 100 vehicles that carried 215 loads of wood out of Clackamas that day — possibly setting a haul record for the tree farm. ... Read More
October 12, 2021

Rebuilding Together: Signs of recovery — and hope — after 2020 wildfires in Oregon

Last September, wildfires burned through Oregon’s Lane, Clackamas and Marion Counties, including portions of our Snow Peak, Springfield and Clackamas tree farms. ... Read More
October 4, 2021

Banking on the future: When the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers had a problem, our mitigation banking business had the solution

In August 2016 a storm battered southern Louisiana with upwards of 30 inches of rain in 48 hours. More than 146,000 structures flooded across 20 parishes, resulting in damages of more than $10 billion ... Read More
August 31, 2021