THE WOOD GAP — Lumber Prices Set All-Time High, While Trees Are Stuck In the Past
November 18, 2020

Mississippi Business Journal, By JACK WEATHERLY Nov 18, 2020 Southern yellow pine lumber prices went on an eight-week tear starting in mid-July, while tree farms stayed stuck in the Mississippi clay. Sawmills have realized all-time high prices for lumber and “immense profits,” said Pete Stewart, president and founder of Charlotte, N.C.-based Forest2Market, which provides pricing […]

American Timber Industry Crippled By Double Whammy Of Trade War and COVID-19
November 17, 2020

Fairfield (CT) Citizen, Andrew Muhammad, University of Tennessee, Tuesday, November 17, 2020, American tAndrew Muhammad, University of Tennessee (THE CONVERSATION) The forestry sector – landowners, logging companies and sawmills – have lost an estimated US$1.1 billion in 2020. Devastating wildfires and Hurricane Laura have played a part, but the COVID-19 pandemic has also contributed to […]

Opinion: Joe Sanderson: Lumber Prices Are Not Going To Go Back To Where They Were a Year Ago
November 16, 2020 November 16, 2020, With the potential of a Biden presidency and continued lockdowns, one of the major structural changes in the U.S. economy is people working from home. They are looking for larger homes with more space for home offices. This year, small land tract sales have been a high point for Atlanta-based Domain […]

FSC Lumber Treks From Alabama Forest To Westervelt Mill to Kendeda Building
November 13, 2020

Kendeda Fund By Brad Kahn November 13, 2020, The Kendeda Building was designed to be a model of regenerative design in the Southeast, showing people what’s possible. Inherent in this goal is the notion that building construction and operations can restore regional ecosystems; much has been written on Kendeda Building’s approach to stormwater, for example. […]

Baldwin County (AL) Farmers Continue To Assess Damage From Storms
November 12, 2020

Gulf Coast News Today Posted Thursday, November 12, 2020 By John Underwood /, SUMMERDALE, Alabama — Baldwin County farmers, along with state and local officials, are continuing to assess the impacts of Hurricane Sally and Hurricane Zeta along the Gulf Coast. Dr. Adam Rabinowitz, assistant professor and Extension Specialist, agricultural economics and rural sociology, […]

Landowners in America: These People Own the Most Land In the U.S.
November 12, 2020

USA Today, Grant Suneson and Samuel Stebbins 24/7 Wall Street November 12, 2020, Trailing just Russia and Canada, The United States is the third-largest country in the world by landmass, covering nearly 2.3 billion acres. The largest overall landowner in the country is the U.S. government, with different departments – the Forest Service, U.S. the […]

Arkansas Landowners Sought For Survey on Forestry
November 10, 2020

Arkansas Democrat Gazette, by Special to The Commercial, November 10, 2020, The University of Arkansas at Monticello and the UA System Division of Agriculture want to hear from Arkansas landowners with more than 10 acres of forested property. Nana Tian, assistant professor with the UAM College of Forestry, Agriculture and Natural Resources and the Division […]

On Nature Column: White Oak a Handsome and Important Tree in Indiana Woodlands
November 7, 2020

The Herald Bulletin (Anderson, Indiana) Kevin Tungesvick For The Herald Bulletin Nov 7, 2020, One of the best known and most important trees of Indiana woodlands is the white oak (Quercus alba). This large handsome tree is common throughout the state in virtually any upland situation. It adapts well to a variety of soil types […]

Mississippi DOT Cautions Drivers About Log Trucks
November 6, 2020

Transport Topics, Eleanor Lamb | Staff Reporter, November 6, 2020, The Mississippi Department of Transportation has issued a notice reminding drivers to stay alert for log trucks, especially as people on the road adjust to the end of daylight saving time. The notice, issued Nov. 4, urges drivers to be particularly careful at dawn and […]

Resolute Reports Preliminary Third Quarter 2020 Results
November 6, 2020

Press Release, Resolute Forest Products Inc. Nov 05, 2020, Q3 GAAP net income of $57 million / $0.66 per diluted share Adjusted EBITDA of $140 million Net debt down to $541 million / liquidity strengthened to $477 million at quarter-end $38 million YTD EBITDA contribution from our recently acquired U.S. sawmills Remi G. Lalonde to […]

Rayonier Struck by Natural Disasters
November 5, 2020

Jacksonville (FL) Daily Recorder, Hurricane Laura in Louisiana and Oregon fires result in nearly $8 million in damages to the timber company. by: Mark Basch Contributing Writer November 5, 2020, Every company is dealing with the impact of COVID-19, but Rayonier Inc. was hit by two unrelated disasters in the third quarter. Rayonier last week […]

Enviva Partners, LP Reports Financial Results
November 4, 2020

Business Wire, Enviva Partners, LP Reports Financial Results for Third Quarter 2020, Announces 21st Consecutive Distribution Increase, and Reaffirms Full-Year Guidance November 04, 2020, BETHESDA, Md.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Enviva Partners, LP (NYSE:EVA) (“Enviva,” the “Partnership,” or “we”) today reported financial and operating results for the third quarter of 2020. Highlights: For the third quarter of 2020, the […]