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Weyerhaeuser 18h
George S. Long was Weyerhaeuser's first general manager in 1900. Long set up shop in Tacoma, WA, and hired a mapmaker and a bookkeeper. By the end of the year, 12 people were working for Weyerhaeuser Timber Company.
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SCFC Feb 24
Sustainable forest management leads to forests of all ages, shapes, and sizes. Check out how the diversity of forests contributes to wildlife habitat, recreation, wood products and more.
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Jad Daley 19m
Had the opportunity to visit this fall to see in action. Talk about ! These folks bring huge passion to the work of making a better world with wood.
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Jad Daley 1h
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Christa Furtsch Rogers Feb 26
Natural Resources staff going old school-planting 1000 white oak seedlings with shovels at Cowans Ford WR.🤞🏼they survive to provide wildlife habitat - and maybe some whiskey 🥃 .
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San Augustine District – Texas A&M Forest Service Feb 26
Great day to be out on the cruising timber for the upcoming timber sale! It takes hours of mapping and days of cruising to make happen. Thanks to Angelina-Sabine National Forest for this awesome opportunity! 🌲🌳
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MS Forestry Commission Feb 22
Forests and trees improve water quality by filtering pollutants from the soils. On average, a tree filters more than 36,000 gallons of water each year - or almost 100 gallons EVERY DAY!
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Michael Goergen 22h
Replying to @MGoergen
8. Lots more to do, but to work with so many who are making a difference. 8/8
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#MassTimberConference 14h
Head to the ballrooms on the final day for a casual "fireside chat" with Will Novy-Hildesley of and special guests who discuss mass timber, climate change, and a new way of building and living in cities around the world.
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Russell Bozeman Feb 24
Trees & wood products store carbon, and a new study predicts that using wood products for construction could significantly reduce carbon emissions related to concrete & steel production & turn cities into carbon storage vaults. .
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Vermont Forest Industry Network 24h
“It started with values, but I had to make the money work.” Sam Hooper of Vermont Glove on swapping his hundred-year-old coal furnace for a wood pellet boiler.
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Jad Daley Feb 26
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forestproud 17h
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GMUG National Forests 19h
Not able to make the SBEADMR Annual Meeting science presentations today? Visit us on page at for all live presentations!
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forestproud 18h
Congratulations on releasing your 2019 Impact Report. We're to partner with you to help keep forests as forests, reimagine our cities, and rethink our carbon future
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SCFC 23h
Want to learn more about the SC Forestry Commission? Join our agency at the SC Careers Expo 2020 from 11 a.m.–5 p.m., March 2, 2020, at Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center. Register here:
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Kristen Sawin Feb 25
Fun fact...when I first applied to WY it was BECAUSE the people at the company demonstrated integrity every day. Happy to be a part of it still
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U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities Feb 27
Thank you . We are grateful for like yours that help ensure forest markets keep forests healthy and thriving.
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SCFC 21h
Congratulations to SCFC Protection Chief Darryl Jones on being elected to the South Carolina Interagency Drone Users Consortium (SCiDUC) Board of Directors! For more information on SCiDUC, visit
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Richard Brinker Feb 24
Dave Lewis, former President SAF leading a panel discussion on Hurricane Michael salvage/debris utilization at the SESAF Annual Meeting in Panama City Beach. Tough situation for affected forest landowners.
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