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Madisons Lumber Report

B.C. government committing $8.5M over three years for caribou habitat restoration

The Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation has approved seven additional projects aimed to help the restoration of B.C.’s caribou habitats following funding from the B.C. government.

Speed is of the essence: a look at the latest primary breakdown technology at the mill

CFI reports on the latest updates on primary breakdown technology across Canada.

FPInnovations uncovers benefits of 9-axle B-trains

A new calculation recently developed by FPInnovations has led to the discovery of the real and remarkable benefits of having more 9-axle B-trains on the roads.
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Project Learning Tree

Project Learning Tree changes the forestry conversation for future forest leaders

The forest sector is green and sustainable, but many young Canadians don’t know this. That’s why Project Learning Tree Canada (PLT Canada) is working to change the conversation around youth and forests through the Green Jobs program, mentorship and more. » Listen now...

State-of-the-art planing: a look inside Matériaux Blanchet’s Amos, Que. planer mill

The Matériaux Blanchet team's latest expansion tripled the size of its Amos, Que. plant to nearly 62,000 square feet and migrated it from mid-1970’s equipment to the latest state-of-the-art technology. » Read more...
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UBC Faculty of Forestry creates portable DNA detection method that finds tree pests

The new rapid DNA detection method can identify pests and pathogens in less than two hours, without using complicated processes or chemicals – a substantial time savings compared to the several days it currently takes to send samples to a lab for testing. » Read more...

AFPA names Janis Simpkins as senior VP

“Throughout her career, Janis has proven to be an exceptional leader,” said AFPA president and CEO Jason Krips. “She has tremendous experience as a municipal leader and has served Albertans in a variety of critical roles with the Government of Alberta.” » Read more...

U.S. single-family starts and permits post double-digit gains in June

Led by solid single-family production, total housing starts increased 17.3 per cent in June to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.19 million units. » Read more...