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Aug14

Beyond Certification

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Asking forest stewards to practice regenerative forestry without some form of certification is like asking the contractor to build a house without a tape measure.  However in the...

Aug14

An Inspiring Example

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At the risk of sounding like a broken record by starting out with “work in the forests in always inspiring……… (blah, blah, blah…)”, here is an...

Aug14

All But the Squeal

Posted on Aug 14 by

In our forests we believe that there is no such thing as waste.  In our milling operation we are on a quest to have every output of the process serve some useful purpose.  Though...

Jul03

Stories of Note – A Sampler

Posted on Jul 3 by

We’re fortunate to learn from the related work of other forest stewards – near and far.  Though the best way to learn is to walk and talk through the forests that...

Jul03

The Last Log…..For Now

Posted on Jul 3 by

In this world of forest stewardship there seems to be something about taking note of the “last   ____ of the season” or the first.  I was reminded of this on a recent...

Jun18

Hyla Woods meets Social Media

Posted on Jun 18 by

Apparently the 21st century has brought with it all of these great technologies such as facebook, instagram, twitter, and tumblr. We’re still out in the woods trying to...