Wash. forest owners show excellent compliance with state law

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Aug. 11, 2017 Contact: Cindy Mitchell, 360-791-9372 OLYMPIA – A newly released report from the state Department of Natural Resources shows that Washington’s forest landowners are approaching 100 percent compliance with the state’s forest practices rules. The 2014-5 Compliance Monitoring Program report shows that in the most recent time period studied by DNR (2014-15), the state’s forest … Read More

Kingsbury family named 2017 Tree Farmer of the Year

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Washington State Tree Farm Program Awards Tree Farmer of the Year to the Kingsbury Family’s 5 Springs Tree Farm This year marks 50th anniversary of the Kingsbury family’s 5 Springs Tree Farm being certified by the American Tree Farm System to deliver the multiple objectives of promoting wildlife habitat, providing recreational opportunities, and generating revenue through timber harvests. In recognition … Read More

‘Walk in the Woods’ initiative highlights value of forestry

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Beth Scott Email: info@northamericanforestpartnership.org Phone: (202) 765-3561 North American Forest Sector Launches New Effort with Open Invitation: Walk in the Woods with Us A new partnership brings together people who are passionate about the future of North America’s forests to share stories about their work and address questions WASHINGTON D.C., May 10, 2017 – Today members of … Read More

Industry highlights leadership, economic contributions at Forest Products Advocacy Day

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AF&PA CONTACT: Barbara Riley/Chuck Fuqua, (202) 463-2436, comm@afandpa.org NWPPA: Chris McCabe, (360) 529-8638, chris@nwpulpandpaper.org WFPA: Cindy Mitchell, (360)-352-1500, Cmitchell@wfpa.org Forest Products Industry Highlights Sustainable Manufacturing Leadership, Economic Contributions in Washington State WASHINGTON, DC – Representatives of the American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA), Northwest Pulp & Paper Association (NWPPA) and the Washington Forest Protection Association (WFPA) are partnering to host … Read More

UW professors win award for study of Oso landslide

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Congratulations are in order for two University of Washington professors who published a report about the causes of the 2014 Oso landslide. Joseph Wartman, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, and David Montgomery, professor of Earth and space sciences, were part of a 7-person team from the Geotechnical Extreme Events Reconnaissance Association (GEER) that just won the Geological Society … Read More