Posts Tagged ‘forestproud’

Wood Products Men Who Rock: Charles Gale – Episode 29

Charles is currently a consultant in forestry research and wood product industry, his business is called Doug Fir Consulting (www.dougfirconsulting.com) working with companies such as Smartlam, Forest Business Network, Bureau of Business and Economic research and several other research entities. Recently he was a Manufacturing Analyst and Sales and Ops Planner with Stimson Lumber Company.…

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Forestry Women Who Rock: Valerie Elder – Episode 28

A great story here! We talked about all types of landowners and being involved in that community. Valerie really has ties to the land and it comes out in her passionate work. You can find her on Instagram here: www.instagram.com/val_abouttown  Valerie developed a connection to the land and passion for working with people who have sawdust…

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Choose Outdoors: America’s Forests with Chuck Leavell

About the Client America’s Forests with Chuck Leavell captures the breadth of our nation’s woodlands – both public and private. We feature different stories that demonstrate how important forest habitats are to the well-being and economic health of communities across the country. In this series, we present individuals who embody this passion for the woods,…

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Forestry Women Who Rock: Molly Pitts – Episode 25

Molly Pitts appeared on the America’s Forests with Chuck Leavell PBS episode in Colorado check it out (http://www.americasforestswithchuckleavell.com/watch/episode-2-colorado)!   Molly Pitts was born and raised in the White Mountains of Arizona and later attended college at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. She graduated in 1998 with a BS in Forestry. Shortly after graduation, she was…

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Clemson University Forestry Assistant Professor – Dr. David Coyle – Episode 24

Dr. David Coyle is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Forestry and Environmental Conservation at Clemson University. His Extension Forestry program focuses on forest health and invasive species management in forest types across the Southeast.     You can find Dave’s forest health outreach work at http://southernforesthealth.net/, or find him on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/southernforesthealth/) Instagram…

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#forestproud

About the Client “We are hikers, hunters, land owners, researchers, foresters, students, professionals. We work at family businesses, forest product companies, conservation and recreation organizations, universities, and government agencies. Our mission is to build trust and support to manage, harvest, conserve, and play in North America’s forests in ways that address key societal challenges. We are…

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Patrick Shults Brings Stewardship Forestry to Southwest Washington

Author and Photos by Talking Forests  Patrick Shults is the new Southwest Washington Washington State University extension forester based out of Chehalis, WA. Serving Clallam, Clark, Cowlitz, Grays Harbor, Jefferson, Lewis, Mason, Skamania, Thurston, and Wahkiakum Counties. His background is in forestry based non-profits and education. After his undergrad, he fell in love with academia which is why…

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Forest Landowners Celebrate Field Day in Oakville, WA

Author and Photos by Talking Forests  On a bright and sunny summer day, forest landowners come together for field sessions and educational opportunities put on by Washington State University Extension Forestry and the Washington Department of Natural Resources Small Forest Landowner Office.  The event was hosted by John Henrikson of Wild Thyme Farm. Andy Perleberg presents award to John…

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Talking Forests Goes to South Korea

Author and Photos by Talking Forests  The best part about having a mobile business is being able to go anywhere in the world. The sights in South Korea are amazing and thousands, not hundreds, of years seated into history. Check out this temple: Guinsa Temple, South Korea We hiked several vertical incline miles to make…

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Tall Wood Buildings Facebook

About the Client “Wood from working forests is the most responsible building material on earth. Natural, renewable, and climate friendly, wood is a vital part of the green economy of the 21st Century. From home building to innovative uses in modern architecture, to the thousands of products we use every day, wood is a sustainable,…

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