Friday Five: Forestry News for June 23, 2017

Friday Five is our weekly recap of timber and forestry news for the week, and things we think are cool or interesting.

This week: the challenges of biomass in Georgia; a hypothetical look at higher timber taxes in Alabama; the conservation of 13,000+ acres of Weyerhauser land under public review; a £39m timber deal made in error; and an exploded view of the inside of a chainsaw.

Why biomass remains a challenge, even in timber-rich Georgia

What if Alabama taxed its timber at a higher rate?

Proposal to conserve 13,398 acres of timber company land under public review

£39m timber deal was an extraordinary error, say AMs [Wales/EU]

Chainsaw Dissection in 3-D

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