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Will it be profitable to bring roadside logging debris to the Atlantic Power plant?
A significant reduction on the Annual Allowable Cut (AAC) in the Williams Lake TSA could come in less than five years.
As I was driving into Williams lake on a perfectly clear day last Sunday there was a very noticeable smoke and vapour cloud.
In a previous article, I said the use of rail ties for the Atlantic Pacific Corporation (APC) was about profits.
Is there “a mood shift underway among voters?” Jim Stirling poses this question and a number of observations.
Alberta is trying different ways to capture value from stands impacted by mountain pine beetle in particular small stem lodgepole stands.
In the recent Logging and Sawmilling Journal, Tony Kryzanowski raises some interesting questions about research and development.
Columnist Jim Hilton asks if an eco fee help the recycling or disposal of railroad ties?
Most people would agree that using residual wood for bioenergy is a good choice but what if green fibre is grown on forest land?
How many noticed the poster and fact sheet that showed the proposed percentage of ties used in the plant could reach 50 per cent?
Columnist Jim Hilton explores the use of light detection and ranging in forestry.
When I first became involved in forestry in the 1980s there was a debate over choosing a younger harvest ...
Ben Parfit's paper helps fuel the greenhouse gas debate, columnist Jim Hilton says.
A recent article (May issue of the Logging and Sawmilling Journal) on highlights of a panel discussion.
A 2009 draft “Ecosystem Restoration Provincial Strategy Plan by Allen Neal and GC Anderson” is a good reference.
The debate over what is the best use of land has been going on for some time.
The town of Craik (population 450) wanted to keep their community from disappearing like many other rural towns.
It appears balancing budgets often means research programs are the first to disappear.
Here’s a multifaceted approach to using forest residuals or pros and cons of two approaches to using forest residues.
A recent (2014) and very detailed report provides the current status of forest biomass policy in Canada.