Tree Frog Forestry Daily News

Tree Frog Daily News

The Tree Frog Forestry News
November 14, 2022

Roseburg has resumed veneer operations at Weed, California after its September Mill Fire. In other Business news: Westrock is divesting its packaging and paperboard operations; Bingham, Maine is targeted for a new plywood mill; and Tolko wins Williams Lake, BC Chamber Award. Meanwhile: US inflation slows; the University of Washington opens a mass timber building; and Belgium features a 300-meter timber bridge.

In Forestry/Climate news: Canadian ENGOs and Industry are at odds at COP27; new research says the US wood pellet industry passes carbon neutrality test; Canopy promotes alternatives fibres to protect forests; and Brazil is back when it comes to saving the Amazon. Elsewhere, stories on: Canada’s caribou; Ontario tree planting drones; Nova Scotia forest management; Yosemite’s wildfire plan; and Swedish and Australian old-growth forests.

Finally, ‘fast furniture‘ is cheap, stylish and clogging American landfills.

Kelly McCloskey, Tree Frog Editor