Our April 2021 newsletter includes an update on the AFRC annual meeting, developments in Washington DC, Illegal delay to NSO critical habitat rule, AFRC begins field review of River Democracy Act and more!
Dead and dying trees will be removed on less than five percent of Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands impacted by the Holiday Farm Fire, according to a plan released by the agency on April 27. The BLM’s plan calls for area salvage on just 910 acres. Though the agency is also removing hazard trees […]
The American Forest Resource Council (AFRC) proudly welcomes RY Timber as its newest member. The company currently operates a stud mill in Livingston, Montana, and is one of the top structural lumber manufacturers in the state. In the spring of 2020, RY idled its Townsend, Montana sawmill citing a lack of timber to run at […]
The American Forest Resource Council (AFRC) proudly welcomes F.H. Stoltze Land & Lumber Co. as its newest member. This fully integrated forest products company operates a sawmill near Columbia Falls, MT and sustainably manages a 39,000+/- acre tree farm. According to Stoltze, the company also sources up to 60 percent of its timber from U.S. […]
Our March 2021 newsletter includes a Washington DC update, an overview of Spotted Owl lawsuits, a Barred Owl removal update, developments in the U.S. Supreme Court, and a look at how Lincoln County, Montana is working to improve forest health.