Posts in category "timber management"

Timber Update helps you sell timber in Georgia

By Jim Griffith Registered Forester #1616 I recently talked with a landowner in Georgia who was in the beginning stage of selling her timber. The timber owner was looking for a new timber buyer because she was not satisfied with the previous buyer to whom she last sold her timber. The seller was not pleased … Read more…

The Complete Guide to Selling Timber in Alabama – Part I

In order to maximize the value of your timber in Alabama and harvest responsibly, you need a trustworthy independent forestry consultant and you need over 30 acres of land with trees. Timberland investments are often more valuable than a house, and typically have generational implications, so you want to make wise choices regarding your land. … Read more…

What’s wrong with the timber supply chain?

For over 20 years, the timber industry’s security standards have depended on a redundant paper-trail, the burden of which has largely been borne by loggers and their administrators. Due to the amount of data required to maintain some level of chain of custody a huge administrative bottleneck exists across the industry with no real solution … Read more…

Regional Timber Prices Updated – Q1 2018

Get the most recent regional timber prices for Q1 2018.   We’ve updated the way we present timber prices to better reflect the differences in local and regional timber prices. First by state and then by local regions within that state. If local prices aren’t presented, assume that state’s timber prices are more homogeneous. Timber … Read more…

Friday Five: Forestry News for February 9, 2018

Friday Five is our weekly recap of timber and forestry news, and things we think are cool or interesting. Here are your top stories: Newark will soon be home to one of the country’s largest timber buildings ny.curbed.com Forest fire risk assessment using hotspot analysis in GIS geospatialworld.net The Trees That Sail to Sea hakaimagazine.com … Read more…