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Each system has a place in forest management, and matching the system to the project is a good place to start.
Here in the Northeast, we have three major types of harvesting systems, each with problems and benefits. With our diveristy of terrain, ownerships, and silvicultureal systems, there is room for every method. ...
The road to profibility can get murkey when customers want high volumes of think boards because each cut costs time and money.
With automation, jobs aren't always lost, and sometimes more exiciting jobs are created.
Once lumber has been sawn, it is either stacked in bundles for immedate sale or it is stacked in individual layers with stackers as spaces between the layers for drying -- air trying, shed drying, predrying, and/or kiln drying. Stacking for drying must be done carefully to avoid creating warp or other drying-related defects to avoid losing quality or usefulness in the eyes of the customer.
If landscaping isn't your thing, or if your plant beds are an afterthrought, perhaps you've just never thought of landscaping as something functional. As is the case with the woodlot, a landscape shouldn't just look pretty, but rather should bring some level of utilitarian value to the property owner.
U.S. Home construction, the price of lumber, another hurricane, and adaptability in the face of the pandemic.
October 1-3, 2021
Guernsey Co. Fairgrounds