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Twenty One percent of Maine’s in Conservation — How we Got here

21% of Maine in Conservation – how This powerpoint is updated with data to 2016 from a talk given at the 2016 Maine  Sustainability and Water Conference.  In that version, only 2014 was available.  Kennebec Woods and Waters NM is … Continue reading

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What to do when the seed Corn’s Gone: Restoration

Seed Corn Irland restoration talkThis talk given at Bangor meeting of Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society.  March 2017. v Was part of a panel on forest restoration.

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US Canada Softwood Lumber Trade Dispute

On April 26, 20-17,  the US Departments of Commerce announced a preliminary finding that US lumber producers have been injured by Canadian imports and that a countervailing duty would be applied pending final resolution. This document lists a number of … Continue reading

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Markets for Low Grade Wood in New Hampshire

Presented at meeting of the Granite State Division, New England Society of American Foresters, March 2017.   Low Grade Wood Markets

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Washington County and the world: Where from here?

Machias Workshop PPT

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Maine Public Lands Timber Policy Debates: Information Package Available

In March 2016, the Maine legislature is considering recommendations of a Commission established to review uses of the Public Lands Management Fund, and related policy issues, especially the annual allowable cut. This information package assembles a variety of documents useful … Continue reading

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Sept 29 presentation on Street Smart Marketing for Forest Products.

Ag Choice 2015 Present Version

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MAINE’S PUBLIC LANDS TIMBER POLICYMAKERS SUMMARY

Sep 4, 2015 Management policies and timber cut levels on Maine’s state-managed public lands has been a domain of  insiders, specialists and policy wonks and received little public attention.  They are now on the front pages.  How did these issues … Continue reading

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