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Posted By Gayla Fleming, Thursday, May 31, 2018

Got Screened, Soft-Hardwood, Sawmill Chips?
I have a market in the Canton, Ohio area that is looking to buy clean, screened sawmill chips from soft-hardwood species such as Yellow Poplar, Soft Maple and Cherry. They prefer them to be delivered in a walking-floor trailer, otherwise they will have to be unloaded with a front-end loader. If you want them to contact you to discuss and get pricing, send me your contact information in an email to or give me a call at 888-388-7337, and I will forward it to them.
Forest Markets Weekly Newsletter
The National Association of State Foresters' Forest Markets Committee releases a Weekly Newsletter full of all things Forestry and Forest Products Industry related. Each week’s newsletter has articles about: Forest Markets, Housing, Working Forests, New Products and Technology, and Renewable Energy. This week’s newsletter contains a long but interesting article about the ideological divide between renewable wood energy advocates and environmentalists. See the complete newsletter. 
  Faster, Cheaper Way To Replant Forests?
  Replanting huge forest areas that have been impacted by fire, disease, or other natural
  disasters, can be quite daunting and economically restrictive. BioCarbon Engineering, from
  England, is trying to change that scenario by planting trees using drones, to make the process
  of planting large areas up to 150 times more effective. Read about this innovative

Dovetail Partners May “Outlook” Newsletter
The May issue of Dovetail Partners “Outlook” newsletter discusses Sustainable Development Goals.This edition can be viewed here.    
Tree Farm Landowner Survey Results
In February 2018, the American Forest Foundation conducted an email survey of Tree Farm participants to determine how the Tree Farm Program is viewed by Tree Farm participants and whether or not they are realizing value from the program. Here is a summary of those survey results as provided to us by the American Forest Foundation.
American Loggers Council Would Like To See Ohio Loggers At Summer Meeting
The American Loggers Council will be holding their summer tours and Board meetings in Moline, Illinois in July, and would love to see a few Ohio loggers join them. Their agenda includes networking events, tours of John Deere manufacturing facilities and a tour of the Coal Valley Demonstration Site. The reception, presentations and tours will take place on Thursday, July 19th and Friday, July 20th, with Board Meetings on Saturday, July 21st. Details including registration and accommodation info can be found at the John Deere link here, or on the American Loggers Council website
Upcoming Events:
Lumber Grading Short Course – 6/4 – 6/7/2018 – Yoder Lumber Company - waitlist only
A Day In The Woods – Breeding Birds – 6/8/18 – 8:00 AM – McArthur, Ohio
2018 Camp Canopy – 6/10 – 6/15/18 – Camp Muskingum, Carroll County
SEOLC Meeting – 6/13/18 – 7:00 PM – Jackson, Ohio

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