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Third quarter Stumpage Speak released

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Third quarter Stumpage Speak released
Find out the price report for stumpage in Louisiana during the third quarter of 2018 by Dr. Shaun Tanger.
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What's the latest in market trends for timber?

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What's the latest in market trends for timber?
Will Sonnenfeld released his third quarter report recently. Here's what he said:
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University of Kentucky seeking research assistant

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University of Kentucky seeking research assistant
The Department of Forestry and Natural Resources at the University of Kentucky is looking to hire a research assistant for a project on the economic impacts of timber supply in that state. The job will be filled at the master's of science level.
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Burning forest was controversial at first

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 Burning forest was controversial at first
The history of fire in Southern forests is a long and vexing one. Setting fire to the woods has been a common practice in the South. Some have described it as natural as the honking of migrating geese or the appearance of crimson foliage on sweet gums.
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National Forest Products Week 2018

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National Forest Products Week 2018
This week we celebrate National Forest Products Week!
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When fire is essential

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When fire is essential
Fire good. Not only is that a line from Frankenstein’s monster, portrayed by Boris Karloff in the 1931 movie, but it’s also the opinion of many who perform the centuries-old practice of prescribed burning as a way to keep forests healthy.
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