In this issue: profile on wapiti (North American elk), replanting survey for landowners affected by the Labor Day fires, trend in redwood plantings, and more!
Feb 2021 |
Canopy View News | Winter 2020| Issue 10: While you’re spending extra time at home, now is a good time to check that your forest roads are ready for winter (page 5) and make sure that your reforestation plans will be successful (page 3). If you’ve noticed any mushrooms in your woods, be sure to learn all about fungi in the forest on page 6. The next time you walk your land, keep an eye out for declining or dead Western redcedar. You might be able to help scientists better understand why they’ve been declining lately (pg. 8). And as always, be sure to read the quarterly log/non-timber forest product prices report on page 9 – this is especially important if you’re looking to see logs anytime soon.
Canopy View News | Spring | Issue 6: Spring is on the horizon! Before the rains clear and the wildflowers pop, take advantage of time spent indoors to do some forest management planning for the upcoming dry season. Are you looking to hire a consulting forester to complete a timber cruise or administer a harvest on your land this summer? (check out page 4) Maybe you’re considering venturing into the world of Christmas tree farming. Converting to Christmas trees requires a lot of planning, so be sure to read the article on page 6. We’ve got some good news in store about log prices, get the scoop on trends on page 8!