Selling logs is one of the most important decisions a landowner can face. This curriculum package for forestry educators brings together consulting foresters, log buyers and loggers to teach participants how to get a fair deal for their timber, how to protect themselves from exposure to unnecessary liability and how to make sure their property looks the way they want it to when the operation is done.
Our power equipment runs great...until it doesn’t. This is a basic level class covering the common causes of small engine problems and what you can do to avoid them, needed maintenance you can do, and practices you can ...
For landowners, selling trees on their property takes planning. They must know what they're selling, ensure access to their property, get estimates from tree buyers and loggers, and arrange for reforesting if required.
Timber harvest presents challenges for woodland owners with small acreages. Planning the harvest, working with contractors and selling the logs are tasks that can seem intimidating. Here's how to make a plan, find help and avoid pitfalls —while keeping costs down and increasing revenue.
In this episode, Manuel Machado, Martha Valle Hernandez, and Carl Wilmsen discuss what steps are being taken in order to improve working conditions for latinx forest workers in Oregon. Recording is available in English and Spanish (click the language links above).
Manuel Machado, Martha Valle, Carl Wilmsen |
Jan 2023 |
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